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  • Patient Sues Hospital Over Bedpan Ordeal; Malpractice Reform
    Sedated Man Sues Hospital, Providers Over Bedpan Ordeal, By Wayne J. Guglielmo, MA Doctors and hospitals have been sued for all manner of medical mistakes --missed diagnoses, wrong-leg surgeries, medication mishaps, delayed treatment, and so fort[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Study: Common Pregnancy Conditions Increase Risk Of Diabetes
    By Sarah Glynn Two common conditions in pregnancy, preeclampsia and gestational hypertension, may increase the risk of future diabetes, according to a study of more than one million women.   The study was conducted by a team of researche[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Minister Restates Fed Govt Commitment to Health Care
      Health Minister, Prof Onyebuci Chukwu has restated the commitment of the Federal government to health care, especially cancer care and kidney management, among others. Chukwu, who spoke to reporters in Lagos at a parlay, said the governm[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Uganda: France Reaches Out to Ugandan Midwives
      A group of famous female French personalities including entertainers, sportswomen and government officials last week visited Uganda on a mission to boost infant and maternal health. The ten-member delegation is part of hundreds of goodwill[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Kenya: Nurses Union to Be Registered
      Industrial Court judge Justice Nduma Nderi has ordered the registrar of trade unions to register the nurses union.    Nurses had staged countrywide strikes that paralysed public hospitals earlier this year agitating for their[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Help! Nigeria Has 600 Paediatricians For 40million Children
      BY BUKOLA ADEBAYO   According to the World Health Organisation, 6.9 million children under five years of age died in 2011 globally.   It also estimated that 19, 000 children die each day and; almost 800 every hour. &nbs[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Apr/2013
  • Nurses Relied On Trauma Experience To Help Bombing Wounded
    Of all the Boston Marathons he's worked, and he's done a half-dozen of them, Stephen Segatore figured this one would be pretty easy. The weather was cool, so the runners probably wouldn't be at much risk for heat stroke or dehydration[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Apr/2013
  • Nurses Talk To Nurses, Doctors Talk To Doctors
      Is this your general understanding that if there are any issues or problems within your health care facility, that doctors are able to confront a nurse to discuss their annoyance with something which was either done or not done, but the sa[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Apr/2013
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