Monthly Archives: July 2021

Player Wellness Center ready for Little League World Series next month | New

WILLIAMSPORT – A new player wellness center will serve as a medical center next month when hundreds of players from around the world arrive in Williamsport for the Little League Baseball World Series. Little League International and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) North Central PA held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday afternoon inside the […]

Doctor calls for return of state’s COVID-19 dashboard

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – The number of COVID-19 cases is increasing in Nebraska, with the Delta variant taking hold in many communities. At the same time, it’s unclear where these cases are coming from or when the numbers started to climb because the state has removed its dashboard and has no plans to bring it […]

The Rensselaer team aims to pave the way for robust AI in medical imaging

Newswise – TROY, NY – A number of vulnerabilities, known collectively as deep learning adversaries, are preventing artificial intelligence (AI) from its full potential in applications such as quality improvement medical imaging and computer-assisted diagnosis. With the support of a National Science Foundation Teacher Career Development Program (CAREER) Award, Pingkun Yan, assistant professor of biomedical […]

Digital health pioneer Congenica’s DNA technology gets green light for use by doctors

re IGITAL healthcare pioneer Congenica was today given the green light to use its genomic analysis technology in a clinical setting, paving the way for faster and cheaper diagnosis of rare inherited diseases. The Cambridge-based start-up, which emerged from the Wellcome Sanger Institute seven years ago and now has around 100 employees, is the first […]

Update on efforts to recognize rural general practitioners as a specialty

New A recent submission brought the joint RACGP application closer to possible acceptance. The RACGP is committed to collaborating with key players for the recognition of general rural medicine as a specialty. Earlier this month, the RACGP and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) submitted additional information in support of their joint […]

SSA provides specialized medical services

With the aim of bringing the residents of dispersed communities closer to specialized medical services, the health services provide patient care through the TéléSalud program, through the technological and medical support they provide to outpatients, avoiding the saturation of medical services. public hospitals which reduces expenses and the risk of infection for the patient and […]

Cox Medical Center Branson nurse shares the reality of working in the COVID-19 ICU

BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) – As COVID-19 units remain full in Branson, an intensive care nurse shares the realities of working in a COVID-19 unit. Nurse Kayla Hilles says working in the COVID-19 unit is like a battleground. “Instead of this being a battleground where you are working against another person, you are working against COVID, […]

Delta variant appears to be in effect in Allegheny County and statewide

State and local coronavirus cases are on the rise again, an increase likely due to the Delta variant. The most infectious strain of coronavirus has been circulating in Allegheny County since at least March, according to county health officials. Despite this fact, cases have continued to decline in the Pittsburgh area for several months. But […]

Summer is a good time to get up to date with vaccinations | Health

At Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Medical School, Dr Swathi Gowtham’s teachers, who were infectious disease physicians, told his class that they used to see children with bacterial meningitis both. days. “When I was training, due to the Haemophilus flu shots and strep pneumonia (which can cause meningitis), I would see a child every few months,” […]

McLaren Flint Appoints Chris Candela New President and CEO | McLaren Health News

July 20, 2021 McLaren Flint welcomes Chris Candela as President and CEO effective August 1. Chris has over 27 years of successful and progressive responsibility in healthcare, including clinical and executive leadership experience. “Chris has a strong focus on patient safety, clinical quality, physician and team member relationships, as well as overall operational and financial […]