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Doctors dealing with dental emergencies
Are doctors taking risks in dealing with dental emergencies?
...seeing omental tissue evident one week after surgery would be consistent with observations (by the surgeon) of a “large area of deep breakdown” within the wound...
...The expert questions why Ms N did not consider something more than just a slow-healing socket – especially when the adjacent molar had been extracted with normal healing...
Majority of hospital patients positive about care, survey shows
THE majority of hospital inpatients in England were happy with the care they received but those with a mental health condition highlighted areas for improvement, a new survey has found.
New dental amalgam restrictions come into effect
NEW regulations on the use of dental amalgam in treatment come into effect from 1 July.
Poor dental health among London homeless
AROUND 70 per cent of homeless people surveyed in London have reported losing teeth since becoming homeless, with 15 per cent having to resort to self-extraction.
Scotland promises faster access to new treatments for rare diseases
PATIENTS in Scotland with very rare diseases will get faster access to new treatments following a revised decision-making process on approving clinical effectiveness.
Visa cap change to tackle NHS recruitment gap
IMMIGRATION rules are to be relaxed in a bid to attract more healthcare professionals to the UK, the Home Office has announced.
Occupational health for dental staff in Scotland
A NEW occupational health service for dentists and dental practice staff in Scotland is now accessible as of 1 June 2018.
Homeopathy challenge rejected by High Court
A LEGAL challenge by the British Homeopathic Association to overturn plans to no longer routinely fund homeopathy on the NHS has been rejected by the High Court.