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In healthcare, it can generally be agreed that one of the central...

source: By Keith Carlson

Fears about the overprescription of opioid analgesics and the opioid epidemic have resulted in initiatives to try to get physicians to prescribe these more judiciously. However, concerns about whether these will result in patients...

source: Psychiatric Times

The bright red light from a laser travels along a patient's scar tissue, turning the brownish skin into a white color that looks like tire tracks. The procedure is the resurfacing of damaged skin being done by Mercy's new Fractional...

source: KY3

Burn injuries remain a significant health burden in civilian, first responder, and military settings. Despite major advances in care over the past 25 years, morbidity and mortality remain high, possibly...

source: BioSpace

For burn victims, one moment can change the rest of their lives. Thanks to a new ‘game-changing’ technology, patients are on the road to a much smoother recovery. Director of MetroHealth Medical Center’s Comprehensive Burn Center, Dr. Anjay Khandelwal,...

source: WKYC

A new computer game which turns treatment rooms into fantasy worlds is helping young burns patients at Sheffield Children’s Hospital cope with their treatment. This innovative application transforms the treatment...

source: The Star


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