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28/06/2019 - Child battery ingestion care needs guidelines - investigators
The NHS may evaluate the use of metal detectors for rapid diagnosis of children feared to have swallowed dangerous items, including batteries. More

22/05/2019 - Xenon gas may prevent brain damage
The anaesthetic drug xenon has been found in laboratory tests to protect brain tissue when given shortly after a traumatic brain injury, British researchers have reported. More

16/05/2019 - New £80m programme to research snakebite treatments
An £80 million programme is launched today to revolutionise research into the treatment of snakebites. More

28/03/2019 - AI to help find cardiac rhythm devices
A new AI system can help identify implanted electronic devices in emergency situations, developers have announced. More

28/02/2019 - Action call on war zone medical facilities
Senior UK doctors are pressurising the government to press for the enforcement on international agreements protecting medical facilities and clinicians in war zones. More

18/12/2018 - Nausea confusion leads to pregnant filling ambulances
Confusion about how to manage nausea in pregnancy leads to many pregnant women being sent to hospital in emergency ambulances, according to a study published today. More

23/11/2018 - Women heart patients suffer from worse care - study
Thousands of women have died in England and Wales because the care they receive in cardiovascular crisis is not as good as provided to men, researchers claim today. More

12/11/2018 - Backing for ECG apps
Smartphone based ECG apps can be as accurate in diagnosing STEMI as a standard 12-lead device, a conference heard yesterday. More

02/11/2018 - Almost half A&E visits for sports injuries are children
Children and teenagers account for almost half of sport injury-related emergency department attendances and almost a quarter of sport injury-related hospital admissions, a new study out today (2 November 2018) has found. More

16/08/2018 - Possible liver failure prevention drug unveiled
A promising new treatment has been found for sudden liver failure, according to research reported last night. More

01/08/2018 - Brain disease link to injury
Researchers unveil new findings today about how brain trauma may trigger degenerative disease. More

24/07/2018 - Call for improved European stroke care
Tens of thousands of patients across Europe could benefit from improved stroke care, according to a major survey of facilities across the continent. More

02/07/2018 - Patients waiting 29 hours for meningitis diagnosis
There are delays of more than 29 hours in undertaking diagnostic testing in some cases of suspected bacterial meningitis, according to new research. More

25/05/2018 - How weight aids seriously ill patients
Carrying extra weight improves patients’ prospects during treatment for a range of life-threatening conditions in hospital, according to a series of studies published yesterday. More

27/03/2018 - RA drug reduces inflammation in stroke patients
People in the early stages of a stroke have benefitted from an anti-inflammatory drug normally used for rheumatoid arthritis, a new research has found. More

02/02/2018 - Personality type linked to dog bite risk
People with an anxious personality type face increased risk of being bitten by a dog, according to an analysis published today. More

30/11/2017 - Stroke care improvements continue
Care of patients who have suffered a stroke continues to improve dramatically in the NHS, according to a new analysis. More

05/10/2017 - Obesity link to sepsis
Obesity is an important risk factor for sepsis, according to a Norwegian study. More

26/09/2017 - Ban tackles in school rugby - Pollock
Tackling and harmful contact should be banned from youth rugby to ensure participants’ safety, two academics claim today (26 September 2017). More

21/09/2017 - Blood donation frequency can be increased - study
Blood donors can safely increase the frequency with which they give blood, according to the findings of the first ever randomised trial of the issue, published today. More

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