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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) also commonly known as Obamacare became official. The federal government shut down because Republicans and Democrats disagreed around Obamacare funding. Most importantly, October 1st was when I could finally read Malcolm
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center and its director of pharmacy, Wilson Chu, purchased a contaminated cardiac drug from an unaccredited compounding pharmacy that ultimately led to the 2012 deaths of two Las Vegas children, two lawsuits filed in U.S.
India has started performing heart and neuro surgeries at the CWM Hospital. The doctors from Sahyadri Hospital arrived in the country at the weekend and screened patients on Sunday before conducting two heart surgeries and a neuro surgery. While the
And with the World Heart Day being celebrated today, the Health Ministry has encouraged people to take the road to a healthy heart through a healthy diet and by increasing physical activity. In a statement, the ministry said modern medicine was now
People visiting India for treatment are not only from neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal but also from far off countries like Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Kazakhstan, Iran, Iraq, Yemen and Oman. Subhash Chandra said
Parents refute time and cause of death of their son who suffered from congenital cardiac defect The death, on Friday, of a three-year-old boy who underwent cardiac surgery a day earlier created a stir at the Institute of Child Health (ICH) in Egmore.
Technology creates opportunity to improve post-discharge outcomes Released: 8/23/2013 10:45 AM EDT Embargo expired: 8/29/2013 1:05 AM EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Chicago Using wireless technology may speed patients' postoperative recovery following
The University of Kentucky has reversed course and released records showing the death rates in a children's heart surgery program that was suspended last fall during an internal review. The Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/14sBlHj) reports UK
The University of Florida's health system is reviewing the application of a heart surgeon from Kentucky who came under scrutiny after a CNN investigation into the deaths of babies in his care. Dr. Mark Plunkett was the chief heart surgeon at Kentucky
More than 250 people have signed an online petition urging University of Kentucky Healthcare to release information about how many children died after undergoing heart surgery at Kentucky Children's Hospital. Tabitha Rainey said she started the