A patient suffering from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is treated an the Intensive Care Unit (I

Did COVID-19 change the way doctors view end-of-life care? - study

The results of the study suggest that the pandemic has helped clinicians gain a greater understanding of the risks, burdens and limitations of intensive care.

A plastinated fetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome

Complex pre-natal surgery can prevent a life of paralysis, says UK's NHS

At least 32 spina bifida surgeries, sometimes requiring 30 doctors to carry out, have so far been performed.

Ibex uses AI to help pathologists minimize diagnostic errors

Tel Aviv-based Ibex to provide AI cancer diagnosis support to UK's NHS

Ibex's Galen Prostate solution has been adopted by LDPath, a major provider of pathology services to the NHS.

Emergency Medical Technicians wearing protective gear wheel a sick patient to a waiting ambulance du

UK body-bag stockpiles reaching dangerously low levels - report

Britain's national healthcare provider, the National Health Service (NHS) refuted the claims that they are running out of supplies.

Using alcohol to deal with coronavirus isolation 'can make things worse'

Liquor stores were deemed essential businesses in both the United Kingdom and the United States, which health experts warned occasional drinkers to be careful with.

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