Updated 12:58 am CST, Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seen inside a high care accommodation room as he tours North West Point Detention Centre on Christmas Island, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Morrison says asylum seekers who are allowed to leave Pacific island migrant camps to get medical treatment in Australia will be sent to a prison-like facility on a remote island. (Lukas Coch/AAP Image via AP) less Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seen inside a high care accommodation room as he tours North West Point Detention Centre on Christmas Island, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Morrison says asylum seekers ... more Photo: Lukas Coch, AP Photo: Lukas Coch, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison … [Read more...] about Australia to send refugee medical transfers to remote island
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Kim Mulford Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 19, 2018 South Jersey's blooming marijuana market is drawing intense interest from experienced cannabis operators across the country, and roping in locals who want to venture into the business for the first time. Of 103 companies seeking a New Jersey license to operate a medical marijuana dispensary, at least 23 appear to be stalking locations in South Jersey. More: South Jersey is feeling the 'green' rush. Will your town host the next marijuana dispensary? The number of patients registered in New Jersey's medical marijuana program more than doubled since January to 33,531 people. The state is now racing to double the number of facilities that sell and grow medical marijuana, called alternative treatment centers, by opening six more licenses: two each in northern, central and southern New Jersey. The state Department of Health is … [Read more...] about NJ medical marijuana: Who wants to grow pot in South Jersey?
PARIS — Worldwide cesarean section use has nearly doubled in two decades and has reached “epidemic” proportions in some countries, doctors warned Friday, highlighting a huge gap in childbirth care between rich and poor mothers. They said millions of women each year may be putting themselves and their babies at unnecessary risk by undergoing C-sections at rates “that have virtually nothing to do with evidence-based medicine.” In 2015, the most recent year for which complete data is available, doctors performed 29.7 million C-sections worldwide, or 21 percent of all births. This was up from 16 million in 2000, or 12 percent of all births, according to research published in The Lancet. It is estimated that the operation, a vital surgical procedure when complications occur during birth, is necessary 10-15 percent of the time. Varying country rates But the research found wildly varying country rates of C-section use, often according to economic status: In … [Read more...] about Doctors Warn of Global C-Section ‘Epidemic’
World International Affairs Hospitals in Canada are struggling to address staff shortages as Saudi Arabia has ordered its students to leave the North American country amid a major diplomatic dispute. The kingdom has given its students until August 31 to leave Canada, including more than 1,000 Saudi medical graduates participating in fellowship, residency training and research programs at health institutions. Due to the abrupt order, many have resigned from their position ahead of the deadline, as they deal with personal affairs in preparation to depart. Dr. Richard McLean, vice-president of medical affairs and quality at Hamilton Health Sciences Centre, told The Globe and Mail that the diplomatic tensions will have a “destabilizing effect” on parts of the country’s healthcare system. Recommended Slideshows 76 The Most Powerful Military Forces in the World 59 The 25 Most Powerful Passports in the World 61 Every World Press Photo Winner Ever: 60 … [Read more...] about Canada-Saudi Arabia Dispute: Hospitals Brace for Staff Shortages As Riyadh Orders Students to Leave
Global Critical and Chronic Care Products Market anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 5.23% to reach value of $15064.02 million by 2023 HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA, August 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In the Report “Critical and Chronic Care Products Market: By Treatment (Surgical, Paediatric, Psychiatric, Others); By Device (Anaesthesia Airways, Infusion Systems, Ventilators, Others); By Temperature Management, Vascular Access, Patient Care; By End-User (Hospitals, Clinics, Others); By Geography - (2018-2023)” published by IndustryARC, the market is driven by the rising number of hospitals and clinics, which cater to the patients suffering from both chronic and critical illness. Asia-Pacific dominating with major share in the Critical and Chronic Care Products Market Geographically, North America accounted for the maximum share of 45% in 2014 owing to the high standard of the hospitals and devices used. The market was valued at $4977 million in 2017. The critical and … [Read more...] about The critical and chronic care products for North America are expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.9%