The experts of the Working group on disease prevention in the United States (USPSTF) released final recommendations for the prevention of falls and fractures in patients older than 65 years.
In the final leadership experts still recommend exercise as a preventive measure, older patients at Continue reading “The final guidance on the prevention of falls and fractures in older patients”
Ulyanovsk regional children’s clinical hospital. Y. F. Goryachev began to provide high-tech surgical care at the threshold stage of retinopathy of Continue reading “In the Ulyanovsk region organized the first laser surgery on the retina of the newborn”
Women in the United States, suffered a heart attack are less likely than men undergoing high-intensity statin therapy is recommended to reduce the risk of subsequent heart attack or stroke, found researchers from the Institute for global health, George (George Institute for Global Health) at the Continue reading “Scientists: women are less likely to receive statins after a heart attack”
The risk of death within 30 days after admission with myocardial infarction with ST-segment elevation (STEMI) more than two times higher among women under 60 years compared with men in the same age category, according to Medscape, citing the results of a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Continue reading “Assessed risk factors for short term mortality in patients with STEMI”
The use of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) does not ease the symptoms of dry eye syndrome, results of a study published in the New England journal of Medicine.
As you know, dry eye syndrome is a common chronic disease characterized by discomfort in the eyes or vision disorders which Continue reading “Evaluated the efficacy of omega-3 PUFA in reducing the symptoms of dry eye syndrome”
Doctors that accept fewer patients, get more positive feedback than those who perform more work, according to Reuters.
The researchers studied data 665 urologists working in hospitals of the state of California, analyzing the number of patients they accept and the character received from Continue reading “Researchers: doctors accepting fewer patients, get more positive reviews”
“Jubilee” the Ross operation, in which the affected aortic valve replaced with their own pulmonary valve (autograft), fulfilled the Director of SMRC them. Acad. E. N. Meshalkin Alexander Karaskov. This intervention has become the 1,000 th in the surgical practice of a specialist. In total, the Continue reading “The Director of the Center Meshalkin performed most of the operations of Ross in the world”
A widespread worldwide disease – TB annually causes the deaths of about 2 million people. According to medical statistics, today the number of people infected with the tubercle Bacillus that causes the disease, exceeded 1.7 million. The good news was published by Zee News – scientists opened an Continue reading “Scientists have developed a blood test that determines the likelihood of developing tuberculosis”
All known oatmeal for many years considered the perfect Breakfast – an extremely useful and valuable energy. However, according to recent studies scientists revealed the negative impact of oatmeal on the human body because it contained phytic acid.
According to “Vista News”, scientists have Continue reading “Oatmeal for Breakfast is harmful to the body, say scientists”
In the journal Neurology, was published three articles informing about the rare potential side effects of alemtuzumab (alemtuzumab) in patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis remissionem (RRRS).
As reported by Medpage Today, it was about eight akumulatora cases of acute cholecystitis Continue reading “Discovered new side effects of alemtuzumab in multiple sclerosis”