News Articles on 'Intensive Care Medicine'
Missouri needs intensive care to improve health care
Our health care in Missouri may not be terminal, but it seems to have a bad cough. The Show Me sector of the U.S. came in at No. 37 among the "Best and Worst State For Health Care," according to personal finance website WalletHub. (Washington D.C. was ...
Source: Sedalia Democrat
Published: 06 Aug 2018
Shortage of intensive care beds and radiologists puts NHS on red alert
The combination of a severe shortage of radiologists and a lack of intensive care beds is magnifying an acute crisis in Scotland’s health service, ministers have been told. One health board, Highland, has conceded that it will have to start sending ...
Source: The Times
Published: 14 Aug 2018
Loyola Medicine's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Celebrates 30 Years
Newswise — Loyola Medicine's neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is celebrating 30 years of caring for some of the smallest and sickest newborns. "It gives a sense of joy and accomplishment when you work with these small babies," said Sachin Amin, MD ...
Published: 16 Nov 2017
Horses, cats, dogs and goats are all part of a unique health care team
Horses, cats, dogs and goats are all part of the health care team. "People need to have hope and need ... son or daughter. "We provide intensive weekends that include animal therapy," Nightingale said. "During that time, we give people the tools to cope ...
Source: Reading Eagle Company
Published: 12 Aug 2018
Eye masks and earplugs could improve intensive care outcomes
Boffins writing in BioMed Central’s open access journal Critical Care investigated their effect on sleep quality in a simulated intensive care environment. Xiaoying Jiang from Fujian Medical University, Fuzhou, China, worked with a team of researchers to ...
Published: 16 Apr 2010
Cross-border intensive care medicine
Anyone who becomes seriously ill or has an accident while on holiday would like to be treated as well as they are at home. It is vitally important for the patient that the doctor has been well trained, in particular in intensive care medicine. A commission ...
Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 17 Feb 2015
FAQ: How and Why We Rank and Rate Hospitals
Also, a measure of bloodstream infections in neonatal intensive care units was based on data from the most recent 12-month period rather than a 36-month period used previously. In an effort to safeguard against data-reporting errors that can occur when ...
Source: U.S. News & World Report - Health
Published: 14 Aug 2018