Common concerns about telemedicine don’t hold up to scrutiny, a first-of-its-kind study highlighting telemedicine’s remarkable effectiveness concludes.
The spread of antimicrobial resistant organisms, and the extension of specific species being resistant to a broader range of antimicrobials, continues to present a considerable threat to the hospital setting. Many species are nosocomial infectious agents, increasingly difficult to treat, and posing a particular threat to immunocompromised patients.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a draft guidance that, when finalized, will provide the agency’s perspective on the ethical considerations for including and protecting children in clinical trials.
An international team of scientists from the UK, Spain, Denmark and Russia conducted an experiment demonstrating that people automatically integrate extralinguistic information into grammatical processing during verbal communication.
Clinical labs should proactively investigate how a vendor will respond to a data security incident and how quickly.
Making it possible to directly order and work with the results of genetic testing through patients’ electronic health records, instead of through third-party portals, resulted in significant time savings for clinicians, according to a new study in Genetics in Medicine.
For National Postdoc Appreciation Week the Centre for Blood Research (CBR) spoke to several Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates, to highlight their work, celebrate their accomplishments, and share their stories including Dr. Kerryn Matthews.
Will health monitoring with finger rings become more popular than wrist worn devices? One company hopes the answer is yes!
A review paper by scientists at the University of Oxford discussed possible benefits of using humanoid musculoskeletal robots and soft robotic systems as bioreactor platforms in producing clinically useful tendon constructs.
A team led by Van Andel Institute scientists has identified two distinct types of obesity with physiological and molecular differences that may have lifelong consequences for health, disease, and response to medication.
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