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A study using optogenetics, mice, and beams of light and heat provides the latest insights into future treatments for conditions with otherwise uncontrollable or unexplainable chronic pain.
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands -- Health City Cayman Islands has admitted its first patient who underwent a cardiac procedure on Tuesday.
It's impossible not to be appalled by the hounding of whistleblower Dr Raj Mattu by ruthlessly bullying NHS managers.
Charles Grim of Seaford, Delaware is the first patient on the Delmarva Peninsula to have a coronary orbital atherectomy to clear severe calification in the arteries around his heart.
A Lansing man is benefiting from a new technology that could both simplify and enhance outpatient care.
One Austin man and five of his relatives now have the chance at a much healthier life thanks to the genetic disorder revealed only through a cardiac MRI.
Raj Mattu was "vilified and bullied" by the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, according to his lawyers Cardiologist Raj Mattu was "vilified and bullied" by the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust during a years-long "witch hunt", according to Ashfords LLP.
Former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian is expected to leave a Las Vegas hospital soon after doctors performed a diagnostic procedure and determined no immediate surgical treatment was needed.
Dr. Jayant Barai has been recently elected as the president of medical staff at East Orange General Hospital in New Jersey for a term of two years.
Surveyed emergency room physicians and cardiologists indicate that they currently use Bayer/Janssen's Xarelto in 14 percent and 31 percent of their patients respectively, with over two-thirds of surveyed physicians increasing their use of Xarelto by 2015.
The ABSORB III clinical trial is focused on a new type of medical device called a bioresorbable vascular scaffold , similar to a stent, that is used to open blocked arteries and leaves no foreign body inside the patient except two tiny markers to identify where the device was originally placed.
When Erica Rogers left the vascular business in 1999, carotid artery stenting was The Next Big Thing for interventional cardiologists.
Federal Judge Gregg Costa agreed April 14 to stay depositions for a case claiming the county-owned hospital and its officials violated the False Claims Act.
Decision Resources Group, a health-care research firm located in Burlington, Mass., finds that ivabradine - available in Europe as Procoralan - is poised to become the clinical "gold standard" in the treatment of chronic heart failure .