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Study: younger, older people likelier to visit ER repeatedly with gallstone pain before surgery.
As inclement weather hits the North East and cosmetic surgeries surge during holiday time and New Year, Capacity Coverage Company reminds patients that its Elective Surgery Refund Insurance (ESRI)
In light of Angelina Jolie's recent mastectomy, Kwiksure examines the relationship between health insurance coverage and preventative cancer surgery. Hong
Research assessing the safety and efficacy of hydroxyurea therapy in pediatric patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) and the use of pre-operative transfusions for patients with SCD who undergo low- and moderate-risk elective surgery will be presented today at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
The fact is indisputable: The number of babies being delivered by Cesarean section is rising sharply.
Cesarean births have increased during the last thirty years, especially with mothers from the social and economic middle class.
Before undergoing elective surgery, patients should consider waiting longer after a heart attack than is currently recommended.
While regulations have been put in place to restrict the work hours of doctors in training, no such regulations exist for fully trained physicians.
Blood glucose levels in a lot of patients fed normal liquid food (NLF) and a high calorie diet (HCD) were high.
By EATON, Dan National has been forced to trim its election health pledges due to tough economic times. Policies shed include a costly $40 million insurance rebate for seniors, while questions remain about the fate of funding plans for breast cancer drug Herceptin and Plunketline.
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