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Thursday 11th October 2018

No Benefit for High-Dose NSAID Post-ERCP

(MedPage Today) -- Rates of pancreatitis similar with standard and higher-dose indomethacin

Medicrea Third Quarter 2018 Sales

Third quarter sales: +14% (at constant exchange rate) Year to date sales: +19% (at constant exchange rate) Strong third quarter growth in UNiD ASI ™ personalized surgeries in the US: + 90% The Medicrea Group (Euronext Growth Paris: FR0004178572 – ALMED ; OTCQX Best Market – MRNTY & MRNTF), pioneering the transformation of sp...

MBF Healthcare Partners Has Signed a Definitive Agreement to Acquire a Majority Interest in Affinity Hospice

MBF Healthcare Partners (“MBF”) is pleased to announce that it has executed a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in Affinity Hospice. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Affinity Hospice is a leading provider of hospice care services to patients in the Alabama and Georgia markets. Ray Shrout, CEO of Affinity Hospice, will maintain a ...

Care Quality Commission finds growing inequalities in access to health and social care in England

People in England face a growing “care injustice,” where many cannot access the care they need or have only poor quality services available, a leading regulator has warned in its annual quality...

Childhood Trauma May Drive Poor Outcomes in Anxious Depression

Childhood trauma, particularly sexual abuse, is more common in those with anxious depression and causes permanent biological changes, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News

The metabolome: A way to measure obesity and health beyond BMI

The current standard for determining obesity is body mass index (BMI), a simple mathematical formula that uses weight and height. A new study looks at both the metabolome and the genome, and their relationship to BMI.

“If I thought there was a standard protocol … then I think [training] could be very useful. But I’m not sure we have that yet,” said Dr. Gerard Sanacora, the director of the @Yale Depression Research Program. 

“If I thought there was a standard protocol … then I think [training] could be very useful. But I’m not sure we have that yet,” said Dr. Gerard Sanacora, the director of the @Yale Depression Research Program. 

Bear Valley Community Hospital Chooses Zingbox to Keep Their Connected Medical Devices Safe

Leading IoT Security Company Provides Real-Time, Comprehensive Visibility Across Bear Valley’s Network of IoT Devices Zingbox, the provider of the most widely deployed healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) analytics platform, today announced that Bear Valley Community Hospital (BVCH) has deployed Zingbox IoT Guardian to protect and monitor their...

Perspectives On Trump’s ‘Medicare For All’ Op-Ed: Sets ‘New Standard’ For Lies

Columnists react to the opinion piece President Donald Trump wrote in USA Today attacking the Democrats' "Medicare For All" plan.

Poor Outcomes for Hispanic Infants With Congenital Heart Dz

THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 -- For live-born infants with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) and d-transposition of the great arteries (TGA), Hispanic ethnicity is associated with poor outcome, according to a study published online Oct. 10 in the...

Avery® UltraDuty® Labels Earn BS 5609 Certification for HP® PageWide Printers

BREA, Calif. (PRWEB) October 11, 2018 Avery Products Corp., the world’s largest supplier of labels and short-run label printing and software solutions, in collaboration with HP, the global leader in printing, has obtained the British Standard 5609 (BS 5609) Section 3 certification for Avery U...

Medical News Today: Causes and home remedies for toe cramps

Toe cramps can have a variety of causes, including poor-fitting shoes, nerve damage, and arthritis. Learn more about the causes of toe cramps and how to treat them here.

Global Electric Seats Market Status and Outlook 20182025 [Report Updated: 19082018] Prices from USD $4000

Report SnapshotKey Content of Chapters Including and can be customized, report is a semifinished version, and it takes 4872 hours to upgradePart 1:Terminology Definition, Industry Chain,Industry Dynamics Regulations and Global Market OverviewPart 2:Upstream Raw Materials / Components Manufacturing Procurement Methods Channels and Cost , Major Regional Production Overview and Trade FlowPart 3:Pr...

Gerresheimer AG: Andreas Schütte steps down from Management Board of Gerresheimer AG

DGAP-News: Gerresheimer AG / Key word(s): Change of Personnel 11.10.2018 / 07:38 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Andreas Schütte steps down from Management Board of Gerresheimer AG Duesseldorf, October 11, 2018-Andreas Schütte (56) will step down from the Management Board of Gerresheimer AG at his own request as of February 28, 2019 in order to ...

ProcessWeaver’s xCarrier 2.0 Achieves SAP Certification as Built on SAP® Cloud Platform

ProcessWeaver specializes in native SAP applications used by hundreds of companies running SAP. ProcessWeaver’s xCarrier 2.0 for SAP® Cloud Platform will provide the next level of outbound supply chain operations. RICHARDSON, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2018 ProcessWeaver, Inc. announced today that its xCarrier™ 2.0 for SAP S/4HANA® Cloud has achieved SAP certification as built on SAP...

Estimating the price elasticity of demand through value-based formulary designs

In 2010, Premera Blue Cross (Premera), a large nonprofit health plan in the Pacific Northwest implemented a value-based formulary design for its beneficiaries.   In essence, enrollees could purchase high-value treatments for low copayments and low-value treatments for higher copayments.  Can we use this change from more standard to value-base formulary designs to estimate the price elasticity&...

On World Sight Day, Global Charity Launches New Programs in Minnesota to Improve Vision for Underserved Children

Helen Keller International recognizes unmet needs for vision care among low-income communities in Saint Paul and Minneapolis SOURCE: Helen Keller International DESCRIPTION:Today, on World Sight Day, the global health charity Helen Keller International began delivering services in schools in Saint Paul and Minneapolis to help improve the vision of vulnerable children. Recognizing the unmet needs fo...

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Poor, elderly Puerto Ricans faced a persistent risk of dying after Hurricane Maria

(George Washington University) The study found that people living in all areas of Puerto Rico faced an elevated risk of mortality during the first two months after the storm, but this risk elevation was most prominent, and prolonged, for people living in the poorest parts of the island.

VillageMD’s Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer is Named AAFP’s Robert Graham Physician Executive of 2018

Dr. Clive Fields, President, Village Family Practice, and Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, VillageMD, is the recipient of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Robert Graham Physician Executive of the Year. The award recognizes Dr. Fields as a visionary physician executive who has made significant contributions to the specialty of family me...

PTO Final Rule Dropping BRI Patent Claim Standard Offers No Deference To District Courts

Patent office may issue guidance on how PTAB will consider prior claim constructions; actions on other procedures may be coming...   

Scientists Find A Gene That Could Lead to Erectile Dysfunction

Scientists say they’ve finally found a gene implicated in erectile dysfunction, a discovery that could help illuminate how the condition occurs on the most basic level. The condition is widespread among older men — some estimates put it at 40 percent or higher for men over 40 — and it’s thought to be influenced by a range of factors. Poor body weight, cardiovascular health, a lack of exer...

First ever bioelectronic medicine speeds up nerve regeneration in animal studies.

Car accidents or sports injuries, even too much texting can injure the peripheral nerves, leaving people with numbness, tingling and weakness in their limbs.  For cases requiring surgery, standard practice is to administer electrical stimulation during the surgery to aid recovery, however, it is not possible to continuously provide electrical stimulation at various time points throughout the reco...

Progression free survival poorly correlates with health-related quality of life in cancer trials

1. Progression free survival demonstrates poor-correlation with measures of health related quality of life (HRQoL) in oncology trials. 2. Current study demonstrate poor follow-up and reporting of HRQoL measures, likely introducing bias into published results. Evidence Rating Level:3 (Average) Study Rundown: Current stated goals for the American Society of Clinical Oncology include the focus on [&#...

Precision Therapeutics Inc AIPT Medical Equipment Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 12092018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryPrecision Therapeutics Inc Precision Therapeutics, a joint venture between Skyline Medical and Helomics, is a medical device company. The company's business divisions include artificial intelligence to personalized medicine and drug discovery; and system for automated, directtodrain medical fluid disposal. Precision Therapeutics offers the STREAMWAY Fluid Waste Management system that remov...

Stable, Heritable Gene Edits in Wheat Can Be Produced in 36 Weeks

The wheat genome is considered to be difficult to edit using the CRISPR-Cas9 system due to its hexaploid genome, and scientists have tried incorporating the system to the plant using protoplasts and particle bombardment but obtained poor results. Scientists from The John Bingham Laboratory in UK used Agrobacterium-mediated transformation to incorpo...

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