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Role of Nurses ‘The Unsung Heroes’ During COVID Crisis – The Caring Change Agents of Our Society

Image: Independent.ie It is International Nurses Day today – a day to celebrate the unsung heroes who sacrifice their lives to serve others selflessly. They have always been at the…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen: EMA finds possible link to very rare cases of unusual blood clots with low blood platelets

EMA confirms overall benefit-risk remains positive At its meeting of 20 April 2021, EMA’s safety committee (PRAC) concluded that a warning about unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should…

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EU medicines regulator to discuss AstraZeneca jab and blood clots

This image was originally posted to Flickr by Gencat at https://flickr.com/photos/37074368@N06/50929347266. It was reviewed on 10 February 2021 by FlickreviewR 2 and was confirmed to be licensed under the terms of the cc-zero. The European Medicines Agency…

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Renewed Cancer Consortium partnership between Ireland, Northern Ireland and U.S agreed

Image: www.med-technews.com The governments of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United States of America have come together to strengthen their fight against cancer through a renewed tripartite partnership. Pictured signing…

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The future of robotics in healthcare

Image courtesy of www.healtheuropa.eu NEURA Robotics introduces an innovative robotic assistant with the potential to transform clinical care. The data which shows that robot-assisted procedures accounted for 15.1% of all…

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How Effective is Natural Language Processing in Clinical Trials?

Image Courtesy of epmmagazine via www.epmmagazine.com Igor Kruglyak, senior advisor at the global IT service provider Avenga and Michael DePalma, founder and president of digital specialists Pensare, LLC, examine the…

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FutureNeuro to trial implantable seizure monitoring device

Image courtesy of @HopePaige FutureNeuro, the SFI Research centre for chronic and rare neurological disease, will partner with Danish company UNEEG Medical, to trial a subcutaneous implantable monitoring device to…

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Why Ireland is a Resource for International Companies to Fill the CGT Talent Gap

IDA Press Release Jan 26th 2020 Cell and Gene Therapy (CGT) is a major breakthrough in medical science. The human genome was sequenced only 16 years ago, yet the website Centerwatch reports…

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EU allows remote audits for medical devices during pandemic

The European Union has announced that it will temporarily allow remote audits of medical devices and in vitro diagnostics under the new regulations (MDR IVDR), set to go into effect…

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AI startup that captures vital signs via phone cameras launches new corporate wellness solution

Many employers, universities and other organizations are expanding health and wellness monitoring amid the COVID-19 pandemic. One artificial intelligence health startup that offers video-based health tracking sees big opportunities among insurance…

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Warning after two people in UK suffer allergic reaction to Covid vaccine

Regulators in the UK have issued a warning that people who have a history of “significant” allergic reactions should not currently receive the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine after two people who…

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GSK gears up for trials as it pushes ahead with three possible Covid-19 vaccines and two antibody treatments

The British drugs group is working on three possible vaccines for the deadly virus with partners, as well as two antibody treatments.  It is also shipping record amounts of flu…

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Israeli EMS Innovations

Israel’s unique experience is driving EMS innovation worldwide It’s the hope of every EMS agency around the world to provide fast and professional treatment to those in need of medical…

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COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 29 October

France and Germany to enter new lockdowns; India passes 8 million confirmed cases; Italy with record one-day increase in cases. 1. How COVID-19 is affecting the globe Confirmed cases of…

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COVID-19 Pandemic: Countries Urged to Take Stronger Action to Stop Spread of Harmful Information

The World Health Organization (WHO) together with the UN, specialised agencies and partners today called on countries to develop and implement action plans to promote the timely dissemination of science-based…

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Coronavirus Vaccine Tracker: How Close Are We to a Vaccine

More than 140 teams of researchers are racing to develop a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine. Researchers around the world are racing to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, with more than…

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Fertility rate: ‘Jaw-dropping’ Global Crash in Children Being Born

The world is ill-prepared for the global crash in children being born which is set to have a “jaw-dropping” impact on societies, say researchers. Falling fertility rates mean nearly every…

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Epidemic of Contaminated Waste

An epidemic of contaminated waste is following the Coronavirus The world is struggling to deal with the spread of another medical problem created by the coronavirus – a deluge of…

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Pandemic Tops 10 Million Cases

UPDATE: Confirmed coronavirus cases across the globe surpassed 10 million on Sunday, with deaths closing in on 500,000, according to Johns Hopkins University data. Deaths from the coronavirus worldwide topped…

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How major cities are trying to keep people walking and cycling after the lockdown

Governing bodies are looking at ways to reduce traffic and pollution when the world eventually returns to work. Countries including Italy and Colombia have increased cycle lanes and banned some…

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