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New guidelines for treating severely injured patients

New guidelines for treating severely injured patients

Significant variations in costs generated by surgeons under controlled circumstances

Significant variations in costs generated by surgeons under controlled circumstances

Medical equipment has now joined the recycling movement

Medical equipment has now joined the recycling movement

Parents win high court battle to keep their baby alive

Parents win high court battle to keep their baby alive

Hormone hydrocortisone (cortisol) supplementation improves ventilator weaning

Hormone hydrocortisone (cortisol) supplementation improves ventilator weaning

Baby Grace goes home after having heart surgery as a fetus

Baby Grace goes home after having heart surgery as a fetus

Heart pump technology - comparative study

Heart pump technology - comparative study

French woman has worlds' first face transplant

French woman has worlds' first face transplant

Lowering infant's body temperature within the first six hours of life reduces the chances for disability

Lowering infant's body temperature within the first six hours of life reduces the chances for disability

Propofol is a safe and effective drug to treat children with refractory status epilepticus

Propofol is a safe and effective drug to treat children with refractory status epilepticus

Six Pennsylvania hospitals receive grants to tackle hospital-acquired infections

Six Pennsylvania hospitals receive grants to tackle hospital-acquired infections

Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS) offers clues to SIDS, sleep apnea

Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS) offers clues to SIDS, sleep apnea

Aspirin aids recovery following heart bypass surgery

Aspirin aids recovery following heart bypass surgery

Patient with rare liver condition second ever to survive liver transplant after pregnancy

Patient with rare liver condition second ever to survive liver transplant after pregnancy

Hospitalized babies with severe breathing problems may benefit from lying on their stomachs

Hospitalized babies with severe breathing problems may benefit from lying on their stomachs

Cigarette smoke worsens respiratory infections in infants

Cigarette smoke worsens respiratory infections in infants

Baby with two heads survives surgery

Baby with two heads survives surgery

Angioplasty may replace bypass for more patients who are also receiving a new heart valve

Angioplasty may replace bypass for more patients who are also receiving a new heart valve

Premature infants with lung disease may continue to require replacement substance to ease breathing

Premature infants with lung disease may continue to require replacement substance to ease breathing

Researchers help neonatal specialists administer a replacement substance that helps babies breathe easier

Researchers help neonatal specialists administer a replacement substance that helps babies breathe easier