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Friday 15th February 2019

NSAIDs Overtake Opioids As The Top Workers’ Comp Drug Group; Dermatologicals Are Most Costly

A new California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) study finds that non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) have supplanted opioids as the most common therapeutic drug group prescribed to injured workers in California, while payment data show that both dermatological medications and anticonvulsants now rank ahead of opioids in terms of total reim...

Vivacelle Bio, Inc. Receives FDA Clearance to Enroll Patients into its Phase IIa Clinical Trial of VBI-1 for Severe Blood Loss and/or Raising Blood Pressure in Hypovolemic Subjects

Vivacelle Bio, Inc. today announces that the US. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted it an Investigational New Drug (IND) clearance to proceed with its phase IIa clinical trial of the safety and efficacy of VBI-1. VBI-1 is a paradigm-changing cardiovascular support fluid that is designed for the treatment of patients with emergently life-threate...

Cambrooke Therapeutics and Trovita Health Science Announce Strategic Alliance for ENU® Nutrition

Cambrooke Therapeutics, a member of The Ajinomoto Group, and Trovita Health Science, a specialty medical nutrition company, announce a joint marketing

Leaving the hospital early can double the odds of going back

(Reuters Health) - Patients who discharge themselves from the hospital against medical advice are twice as likely to be back within 30 days as those who leave when doctors say they're ready, a large U.S. study finds.

Taronis Technologies (MNGA) - Good start to FY19 sales

Edison Investment Research - General Industrials - Taronis Technologies: Taronis Technologies (formerly MagneGas) has announced its preliminary sales figures for January. These show the seven successive acquisitions made over the last year driving a fivefold year-on-year increase in monthly sales to $1.42m. Importantly, the figures show 42% growth compared with December, as activity has picked up ...

The Biotech Growth Trust (BIOG) - Industry backdrop remains favourable

Edison Investment Research - Investment trusts - The Biotech Growth Trust: The Biotech Growth Trust (BIOG) is managed by Geoff Hsu and Richard Klemm at OrbiMed Capital, one of the leading global healthcare asset managers. The year 2018 proved to be tough for the trust’s performance as biotech companies delivering negative news were heavily penalised, while those delivering good news went unr...

Five Dermatologic Emergencies Physicians Should Recognize

These 'are the ones that, if you miss the diagnosis, you end up with a lot more morbidity and mortality than necessary,' an expert says. Medscape Medical News

Marijuana Edible Linked to Myocardial Infarction

Legalization of marijuana has led to higher use, including among the elderly and cardiac patients. A new case report highlights risks and points to the need for more research and patient education. Medscape Medical News

Sepsis Death Common, Often Unpreventable

Sepsis deaths were common, but most were unpreventable and related to underlying illness; an expert urges caution when interpreting results and calls for more research to improve sepsis care. Medscape Medical News

Ross University School of Medicine & Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Partner to Increase Physician Diversity in the U.S.

Schools create pathway program for graduates of the HBCU to attend medical school African Americans make up only six percent1 of U.S. physicians. With the goal of driving diversity among U.S. physicians, today Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) announced a new agreement to help more Afric...

Medical cannabis: no NHS patients have benefited from law change, say campaigners

Very few UK patients have gained access to previously illegal cannabis based medicinal products since doctors were given permission to prescribe them in November 2018, and patients are...

LivaNova Recognizes Final Decision from the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Regarding National Coverage Determination for VNS Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression

Company plans to submit clinical study protocol for CMS consideration LivaNova PLC (NASDAQ:LIVN), a market-leading medical technology company, today recognized that the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized its National Coverage Determination (NCD) for the LivaNova Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy® (VNS Therapy) System for T...

Cyient Recognized as a "Major Contender" in Everest Group's PEAK Matrix(TM): Medical Device Engineering Services Assessment 2019

~The recognition further strengthens Cyient's position as a leading global medical technology and healthcare solutions provider HYDERABAD, India, Feb. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyient, a global provider of engineering, manufacturing, geospatial, networks, digital, and operations management solutions to global industry leaders, has been p...

CORRECTING and REPLACING Zebra Medical Vision is Granted Three Israeli Government Grants to Deploy Medical Imaging AI at Scale

Zebra Medical Vision announces it’s the recipient of three grants from the Israeli innovation authority to provide AI analysis at Ichilov Hospital, and through Integrated health providers Maccabi and Clalit. Seventh paragraph of release dated February 14, 2019, quote should read: "... to advance the health of its members. Clalit is working ...

Wilson among Co-Founders of Gene Therapy Developer Launched with $115.5M

A developer of gene therapies for rare monogenic CNS diseases—whose co-founders include pioneer researcher James M. Wilson, MD, PhD—has launched with $115.5 million in Series A financing. Passage Bio said it will use proceeds from the financing to develop a portfolio of five therapeutic candidates that incorporate adeno-associated virus (AAV) technologies developed by Wilson and […] The ...

Stenting, Surgery Equally Durable in Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis

Results of a pooled analysis show exceptionally low rates of stroke through up to a decade of follow-up, with some differences between the two procedures when combining peri- and postprocedural risks. Medscape Medical News

Triple Ring Technologies Executive Wins International Innovation Award

Triple Ring Technologies, a leading research and development firm that partners with its clients to develop innovative products and to launch new businesses, announces today that their Vice President of Projects, Christina Sejr Pedersen, recently

There's a New Foot Doctor in Town

Comprehensive Integrated Care, Foot & Ankle Specialists Opens its First Podiatry Office in the Valley PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 15, 2019 Comprehensive Integrated Care (CiC), Foot & Ankle Specialists is opening its first location in the metro Phoenix area at 10555 N. Tatum Boulevard, #A101 in Paradise Valley. Dr. Joshua Cady, DPM, will be seeing patients in Dr. Lester Klebe...

Fresenius Kabi Receives 510(k) Clearance for the Fenwal Amicus® Red Blood Cell Exchange Protocol

Fresenius Kabi today announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the Fenwal Amicus® Red Blood Cell Exchange (RBCx) system. Fresenius Kabi is a global health care company that specializes in medicines and technologies for infusion, transfusion and clinical nutrition. The Fenwal Amicus R...

Human Rights Must be Front and Center for Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and Privacy

SOURCE: Cisco Systems Inc. DESCRIPTION:Artificial intelligence and the internet of things have the potential to drive unprecedented productivity, reduce pollution, and improve human health. With the rollout of advanced, high speed wireless connectivity known as 5G in the next few years, the number of connected devices will explode: 28.5 billion devices are expected to be networked by 2022 growing ...

Hip, Spine Fractures Hit Women's Long-Term Quality of Life

The impact of fragility-related fractures on quality of life in people aged 50 or older persists for years after the initial injury, with women potentially never recovering, say Canadian clinicians. Medscape Medical News

NSAID Kidney Risk Underestimated in Young, Active Adults

High doses of prescribed NSAIDS are linked to increased risk of potentially preventable cases of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease in active young adults. Medscape Medical News

Glass-Fronted Fireplaces Pose Burn Dangers for Kids

FRIDAY, Feb. 15, 2019 -- Glass-fronted gas fireplaces can pose a serious risk to young children, an emergency room physician warns. Dr. Michael Gittelman, from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, cited the case of a 3-year-old boy whose...

Two Thousand NuLids® Systems Sold

- Doctor-directed dry eye therapy builds broad acceptance with doctors and patients - Dr. Crystal Brimer, founder of the Dry Eye Institute and owner of Focus Eye Care, Wilmington, NC, is the purchaser of the 2,000th NuLids System sold. NuLids, an innovative doct

ANNEXA-4 Published: Anti-Factor Xa Antidote Stops Major Bleeding

Andexanet alfa is effective and relatively safe in stopping the acute major bleeding sometimes associated with factor Xa inhibitors, suggest final results of the ANNEXA-4 trial. Medscape Medical News

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