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17/02/2022 - Road accident data predicts brain injury risk
Speed, direction, and level of head protection can predict who is most at risk of brain injury following road traffic collisions, according to a new UK study. More

13/01/2022 - Reductions in child hospitalisations in first year of pandemic
There was a dramatic fall in hospital admissions for childhood infections in England during 2020, a new study shows today. More

30/07/2021 - Unvaccinated pregnant women hospitalised with COVID-19
Pregnant women are being urged to have the COVID-19 vaccination after 200 were admitted to hospital last week with the virus – almost all of whom were unvaccinated. More

25/06/2021 - Child fever overwhelms emergency departments
Three Royal Colleges have today issued advice for parents concerned about fever in their child after UK hospital emergency departments report being overwhelmed with cases. More

08/06/2021 - Call for tighter e-scooter regulations following injury analysis
People are most likely to suffer e-scooter injuries at the weekend – and after drinking alcohol – doctors report today. More

27/04/2021 - Hospitalised shift workers more likely to test COVID-19 positive
Shift workers are more likely to test positive for COVID-19 in hospital compared to those who work in the daytime, according to new research. More

24/03/2021 - Simple test for sport-related concussion
Researchers have developed a non-invasive test which accurately diagnoses concussion after brain injury from sport. More

16/02/2021 - Promising biomarkers could diagnose mild traumatic brain injury
Specific plasma microRNAs have been found to be diagnostic biomarkers in mild traumatic brain injury, according to researchers in Finland. More

06/01/2021 - EEG test could give early traumatic brain injury prognosis
Electroencephalography can successfully be used for prognosis in patients with severe brain industry, British researchers have reported. More

17/12/2020 - Christmas has many hazards - and some role models, says BMJ
Christmas is not cost-effective and can be dangerous – but people should decide for themselves whether it is worth celebrating, according to a light-hearted analysis pre-dating the current COVID crisis. More

03/11/2020 - Pandemic loss of heart procedures - new estimates
As many as 45,000 heart procedures may have been missed or delayed this year in England because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new analysis. More

07/08/2020 - Common wrist fracture heals well with plaster cast
A common wrist fracture in young people can heal as effectively with a plaster cast as surgery, according to a UK trial reported today. More

03/07/2020 - Reluctance to call 999 linked to stroke deaths
Reluctance to “burden” the emergency services means people have failed to dial 999 after suffering a suspected stroke, campaigners say today. More

12/06/2020 - Bandages with blood-vessel promoting agent unveiled
UK engineers have developed new cotton-based dressings that promise to treat diabetic wounds and burns injuries more effectively, it is announced today. More

15/05/2020 - New treatment hope for brain and spinal cord injuries
A repurposed treatment could dramatically reduce swelling after brain and spinal cord injury, according to the findings of a major global study. More

17/04/2020 - Could overactive immune cells contribute to Covid-19 deaths?
Medical researchers from across the globe are investigating if overactive immune cells that produce Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) cause the most severe Covid-19 cases. More

16/04/2020 - Trials target care for critically ill Covid-19 patients
Two UK universities have embarked on a major clinical trial to study alternatives to ventilator care for patients critically ill with Covid-19. More

14/04/2020 - Alarm at increase in diabetes emergencies
Parents should be careful not to blame childhood illness on Covid-19 if there are signs of conditions such as diabetes, campaigners warned today. More

24/03/2020 - Italy informs detailed new guidance on critical care
Italian specialists have helped draw up new guidance on the care of critically ill patients with Covid-19 infection. More

25/02/2020 - Preclinical trials provide hope for brain injury recovery
Resetting immune cells could help to treat people with traumatic brain injury, a new study has found. More

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