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Emergency diagnosis of bowel cancer more common among deprived patients
OVER 13 per cent more bowel cancer patients living in the most deprived areas are diagnosed in emergency hospital admissions than patients living in the least deprived areas, according to a study funded by Cancer Research UK.
NICE guidance on antibiotic treatment of cough
ANTIBIOTICS should not be administered as first-line treatment for cough, according to new draft guidance by NICE and Public Health England.
...The dentist noted that a large amount of tooth tissue had been removed in the preparation of UR2 – more akin to crown provision...
Prescribing alert “fatigue”
Digital system alerts are designed to assist the clinician – and improve patient safety outcomes – but sometimes the result can be information overload
Wales to get new gender identity service
TRANSGENDER patients in Wales will soon be able to access care services closer to home, health secretary Vaughan Gething has announced.
Breakthrough in detecting eye disease using AI technology
A NEW digital eye scan assessment system employing artificial intelligence technology has been shown to be 94 per cent accurate in diagnosing over 50 eye diseases for referral – matching leading eye experts.
Online portal promoting child oral health
A NEW online portal providing resources on preventive oral healthcare for young children aged 0-2 years has been made available by the FGDP (UK).
Bawa-Garba to remain on medical register
DR Hadiza Bawa-Garba is to be allowed to remain on the medical register after the Court of Appeal quashed an earlier High Court decision in favour of the GMC to have her struck-off following a 2015 conviction for manslaughter by gross negligence.
GP satisfaction high despite access issues
THE vast majority of patients in England are positive about their GP practice despite some difficulties over appointment availability.
Opt-out organ donation for England
AN opt-out organ donation scheme is expected to come into effect in England in the spring of 2020.