Category list : Clinical research/studies
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Caution urged in prescribing common ADHD drugSubscription
Uncertainties remain about the effect of a widely used medicine on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms, according to a review by a well-respected research organisation.
Survivors of cardiac arrest who remain in comas have better survival and neurological outcomes when their body temperatures are lowered, according to a US study.
Babies born in NHS hospitals at the weekend have a slightly greater risk of death within the first seven days, compared with those born during the week, according to researchers.
Infants under the age of 12 months are most at risk of serious physical abuse, according to a large UK study of severely injured children.
Vitamin D supplements ‘do not’ cut colds with asthma Subscription
Taking vitamin D supplements does not reduce the number or severity of colds experienced by asthma patients, according to a US study.
A nursing lecturer from Robert Gordon University has received the highest recognition possible from a professional institution for her contribution to the development of learning and teaching.
Less than a quarter of hospitals stock all of the recommended antidotes for immediate use in accident and emergency departments, an audit has suggested.
A strategy combining high standards of cleanliness with cutting-edge robotic technology has seen norovirus outbreaks drop by 91% at a hospital trust in Hampshire.
Promising new sepsis treatment boosted by grantSubscription
A promising new drug for sepsis is on the horizon thanks to new charity funding, which could help take the laboratory discovery into the clinic.
Clue found to cause of thrombosis during sepsisSubscription
Researchers from Birmingham University say they have made a breakthrough in understanding why severe infections are linked to life-threatening blood clots.