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Babies born even a couple of weeks early could face a higher risk of health problems than full-term infants, claims a new study published Thursday on the website of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
Missing clinical trial data can harm patients and lead to futile costs to health systems.
A pen that spent a quarter of a century in a woman's stomach before being removed by doctors was still in working condition, according to an incredible story published this week in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Case Reports.
In the UK, women doctors are set to outnumber their male counterparts by 2017.
Most of the 300 doctors in training rotas exempted from the 48 hour limit on working time imposed by the European Working Time Directive (EWTD) are now compliant.
Just over one in five (21%) of articles published in six leading medical journals in 2008 have evidence of honorary and ghost authorship.
There are significant variations in the number and type of organ donations made across all four UK countries.
DynaMed Proven to be Only Reference with Current Best Evidence, Serious Implications for Quality Patient Care Ipswich, MA (PRWEB) October 03, 2011
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