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A former intensive care nurse who used his years of experience to launch an online course to fill a gap in demand has been recognised by members of the speciality from across the UK.
Starting testosterone treatment is linked to an increased risk of serious blood clots, according to a major new study.
Tens of thousands of heart attack patients are missing out on cardiac rehabilitation that can help them avoid being struck down again and dying, show new figures.
Michelle Quested talks to Nursing Times about the difficulties of going back to nursing after losing the ability to walk
Heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes may combine in patients to worsen thinking skills, according to UK researchers.
“Worried well ‘make themselves sick’,” reports The Daily Telegraph.
Organisations should check whether they have faulty versions of the automatic external defibrillator models LIFEPAK CR Plus and LIFEPAK EXPRESS, according to a safety alert.
Four commonly-prescribed blood pressure drugs may increase the risk of patients developing mood disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder, according to UK researchers.
People who exercise to “blow off stream” when angry or upset could triple their risk of having a heart attack if they are not careful, suggests a new large-scale international study.
A UK nursing academic has been made a fellow of a prestigious US medical society, thought to be the first time a member of the profession has been given such a role.