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A Day at Intensive Care Unit

To quote Enoch Powell, an American Conservative in 1968: he says “to see and not to speak will be the greatest betrayal”

It was Friday in the morning and I decided to travel to Takoradi Air force station, Naval Base and Harbor to book a date for excursion for our youth, club members. 1,189 more words


The impact of ergonomics and security on medicine

Usually we don’t associate how comfortable a chair feels with medicine services. But, if we care about running medical systems effectively, we need to be as thorough as possible in what we’re assessing. 484 more words


Sylvania Franciscan Health Signs Definitive Agreement with Catholic Health Initiatives

TOLEDO, Ohio and ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (Sept. 10, 2014) – Sylvania Franciscan Health (SFH) and Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) signed a definitive agreement to transfer sponsorship of SFH from the Sisters of St. 808 more words

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Taking control of our system – Health

Huge inequalities exist in the UK. The maps below illustrate the North/South divergence some of these inequalities take with regard to life expectancy (darker colour = worse; men on the left, women on the right). 291 more words

Erlanger announces Dr. Charles Campbell as Chief of Cardiology

Erlanger Health System President and CEO, Kevin M. Spiegel, FACHE, is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Campbell, M.D., FACC, as the new chief of cardiology for UT Erlanger Cardiology.   196 more words

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How essential is morality to health care practice?

Medicine – Still a Noble profession?




Over centuries, the Medical fraternity has maintained the ethical standards. Their magnificent contributions and landmark discoveries in medical sciences and innovations in diagnostic and therapeutic techniques have revolutionized patient care, saved countless lives, and significantly improved longevity and the quality of human life. 683 more words