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Brain damage reversed in a drowned toddler
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Brain damage reversed in a drowned toddler

Subacute normobaric and hyperbaric oxygen therapy restored drowning-induced cortical grey matter and white matter loss.

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Views sought on digital innovation in health in the EU

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EMA suspends authorisation for 3 MRI contrast agents

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Watchdog opens investigation into European Medicines Agency

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Responding to terror attacks: training manual being developed for doctors in Europe

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Are you meeting stethoscope hygiene standards?

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Occupational therapy linked to improved functional ability in stroke survivors

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Germany's increasing contribution to global health

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Stroke prevention in Afib: nonvitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants have the edge

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Blood donation regulations relaxed for gay men and sex workers

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NHS England to cut out wasteful drug prescriptions

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GMC: action plan for revalidation

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£325 million to ‘modernise and transform’ patient care

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Declare Suicide Act illegal, high court told

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FDA approves first MRI device for brain imaging in newborns

The Embrace Neonatal MRI System is designed specifically for neonatal head and brain imaging.

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Acute stroke: elevated head position does not reduce disability

Ninety-day disability did not differ whether early care was delivered with the patient lying flat or sitting up.

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Severe sepsis: what factors predict escalation to ICU upgrade?

Unexpected ICU upgrade linked to serum lactate, hospital staffing.

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Stroke in the spotlight for World Brain Day
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Stroke in the spotlight for World Brain Day

Efforts are needed to address the major variances in the quality of care provision worldwide, says the World Federation of Neurology.

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High school athletes reporting severe concussion symptoms less often | AOSSM
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High school athletes reporting severe concussion symptoms less often | AOSSM

Prevalence of loss of consciousness dropped from 6.6% in 2007-2008 to 2.4% in 2014-2015.

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NHS sets new performance standards for ambulance service
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NHS sets new performance standards for ambulance service

This is expected to save more lives and reduced lengthy waits.

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British Thoracic Society welcomes new Tobacco Control Plan
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British Thoracic Society welcomes new Tobacco Control Plan

The vision is to create the first smoke-free generation, reducing the prevalence of smoking to 5% or less.

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Brain aneurysms are fairly common in women with FMD

US registry data show that about 1 in 8 women are affected.

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WHO launches integrated primary health care network in Syria
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WHO launches integrated primary health care network in Syria

The network will consist of a number of mobile and fixed units.

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TBI: early selenium yields better functional outcome

Starting selenium 48 h after neurosurgical ICU admission reduces risk of functional impairment.

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European guidelines on childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus

The recommendations have been developed by the EU-funded Single Hub and Access point for paediatric Rheumatology in Europe.

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Sepsis: procalcitonin-guided decision making reduces duration of empirical antibiotic treatment
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Sepsis: procalcitonin-guided decision making reduces duration of empirical antibiotic treatment

Results from the neonatal PCT intervention study

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Financial restraints are still here

Limited resources for health care

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UK health system emerges on the top
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UK health system emerges on the top

Commonwealth Fund report on international healthcare systems.

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