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The show that inspired medical series li...

The phenomenon of the medical series She is in her best moment! At the time he was revalued essential work health workers have been doing it since the coronavirus pandemic, health shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor and New Amsterdam have increased their audiences and are trending on the platform wherever they go. […]

State of Rhodes launches new medical cer...

LIMA — Rhodes State College officials announced that four new certificate programs will be added to the school’s health sciences curriculum. New offerings include Cardiography Technician, Mammography, CT Scan and Medical Assist. The Cardiography Technician Certificate is a one-semester program designed to prepare students to assist physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. […]

Asia-Pacific has seen the strongest grow...

Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials in progress, compared to second place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 138% increase in the number of oncology trials over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the total number […]

Asia-Pacific has seen fastest growth in ...

Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials underway, compared to fourth place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 158% increase in the number of trials for musculoskeletal disorders over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the total […]

The anesthetic drugs most affected by dr...

Credit: Shutterstock Anesthetics are the drugs most affected by drug shortages in the United States, an analysis of data from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found. Of the 114 drugs currently in shortage, the most affected anesthesia therapeutic area suffers from a shortage of 13 different generic drugs. In this class of drugs, there […]

Challenges in Safety Reporting for Multi...

The latest issue of Pharma Technology Focus is now available. Read it for free on all devices. Single-drug pharmacovigilance is one thing, but in polypharmacy, shedding light on an adverse event is even more complex. When treatments involve multiple drugs, often prescribed by different parts of healthcare with limited knowledge of a patient’s full history, […]

Middle East has seen fastest growth in i...

The Middle East now ranks first for the total number of pending trials, compared to sixth in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Middle East has seen an 888% increase in the number of infectious disease trials over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the […]

Asia-Pacific has seen strongest growth i...

Asia-Pacific now ranks first for percentage growth in ongoing trials, compared to sixth in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 39% increase in the number of immunoassays performed over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the percentage of growth in […]

Drug Developer BenevolentAI Signs SPAC M...

BenevolentAI has developed an AI-based drug discovery platform. Credit: Gerd Altmann / Pixabay. BenevolentAI, a British clinical-stage artificial intelligence (AI) drug discovery company, has signed a definitive agreement for a business combination with specialist acquisition company (SPAC) Odyssey Acquisition. According to the agreement, BenevolentAI is valued at a post-money valuation of up to $ 1.7 […]

Myocarditis risks from Covid-19 vaccines...

The world has gone through five million deaths from Covid-19, but resistance to vaccination continues to persist, with many citing concerns about side effects and unknown potential long-term effects. Some of the unwanted side effects of Covid-19 messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines that have received some attention include myocarditis, an inflammation of the middle layer of […]

Asia-Pacific has seen the strongest grow...

Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials underway, compared to fifth place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 158% increase in the number of trials for hematologic disorders over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the total […]

The use of ivermectin for the treatment ...

The use of ivermectin to treat Covid-19 has received considerable attention in the media. Ivermectin is currently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of certain parasitic worms (strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis) in humans, as well as for the treatment of certain internal and external parasites in various species. animal. […]

UK Steps Up Covid Vaccination Program In...

November 30 Global: The global death toll from Covid has exceeded 5.2 million, with a figure of 5,207,764 according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, infections topped 262 million worldwide. The World Health Organization has said the Omicron variant is likely to spread internationally, posing a “very high” global risk where outbreaks of Covid […]

security and traceability in the digital...

The pharmaceutical supply chain already benefits from a wide range of digital technologies. Credit: Shutterstock Since the start of the pandemic, the pharmaceutical supply chain has been under surveillance. Never a topic of discussion in the past, it is now firmly on the public radar, and the associated challenges are barely out of the news. […]

GlaxoSmithKline IT recruiting activity g...

IT hiring at UK-based GlaxoSmithKline increased 2.0% in October 2021 from the previous month, according to GlobalData’s Job Analytics database. The company’s overall recruiting activity increased 1.51% in October 2021 compared to September 2021. IT jobs claimed a 7.21% share of the company’s total hiring activity in October 2021 and grew 0.07% from the average […]

Astellas, Bayer and Mithra set to heat u...

Bayer began its Phase III program studying its NK-1 and 3 receptor antagonist elinzanetant in August this year. Credit: Tobias Arhelger / Shutterstock.com Next-generation therapies for hot flashes associated with menopause may soon disrupt a therapeutic landscape long dominated by traditional hormonal therapies. While neurokinin receptor blockers from Astellas Pharma and Bayer take a non-hormonal […]

how AI can tackle the threat of superbug...

As the world continues to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, another health crisis is looming: antibiotic resistance. Bacterial resistance is something that occurs naturally, but widespread antibiotic abuse has propelled antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to major threat to global health status; at least 700,000 people are killed each year by drug-resistant superbugs – and by 2050 that […]

Damon Lindelof, Matt Reeves, Oscar Sharp...

Damon Lindelof (“The Leftovers”), Matt Reeves (“The Batman”) and Oscar Sharp – who co-created the first film with a screenplay entirely written by AI (“Sunspring”) – team up to develop medical drama fantastic for HBO Max. The original magical-realistic series, titled “Human Conditions”, follows a young British doctor who must deal with impossible illnesses (and […]

Neither Grey’s Anatomy nor New Amsterdam

Grey’s Anatomy and New Amsterdam were all the rage on the Netflix screen and created a trend within the medical series phenomenon. However, another program has arrived in recent weeks that has swept through all audiences: The Good Doctor. The show with Freddie highmore It’s a worldwide success and its arrival on the platform was […]

Mind the Gap: Gender Equity in the Medic...

(Credit: Unsplash) This article was written exclusively for The European Sting by Ms. Gabriela Soares Amaral, a 23-year-old Brazilian, third-year medical student in Würzburg, Germany. It is affiliated with the International Federation of Medical Student Associations (IFMSA), cordial partner of The Sting. The opinions expressed in this article are strictly the author’s and do not […]

Labor shortages impact the medical field...

Exela Health officials say they are part of regional nursing shortage resulting from COVID-19 pandemic Exela Health officials said they were part of a regional nursing shortage resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic that has wreaked havoc on so many healthcare professionals. Updated: 10:02 p.m. EDT July 7, 2021 Hide transcription Show transcript REGION TO SEE […]

OMA explores the future of hospitals and...

OMA explores the future of hospitals and medicine at the 2021 Venice Biennale © DSL Studio / Courtesy of OMA To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/964312/oma-explores-the-future-of-hospitals-and-the-medical-field-at-the-2021-venice-biennale OMA / Reinier De Graaf were invited to exhibit at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Entitled “Hospital of the […]