The lives of three Los Angeles-area kidney transplant patients were transformed by one of the West Coast's first three-way living-donor kidney transplant chains, made possible through ...
Hospitals' efforts to improve patient safety rely on several methods of monitoring and evaluating the occurrence of adverse events: including incident reports from members of the health care team, automated surveillance of clinical data ...
Concerns about costs, adverse affects on patients and the danger of being locked in to outmoded technology have so far stopped all but 17 percent of US physicians from adopting an electronic records system, according to a new study.
A Johns Hopkins expert in HIV and how the AIDS virus hides in the body says antiretroviral drugs have stopped HIV from replicating, the first of three key steps needed to rid people of the virus.
Enuresis affects 10 to 20 percent of first-grade boys and 8 to 17 percent of first-grade girls. Diurnal enuresis (daytime incontinence) usually is not diagnosed until age 5 or 6.
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