September 2017 Issue
Medicliinic Middle East selects InterSystems to support culture of excellence
Mediclinic Middle East (MCME), one of the largest private healthcare groups in the UAE, is implementing InterSystems TrakCare, a unified healthcare information system. The solution will provide all MCME hospitals and clinics in the UAE with an online, secure, electronic medical record (EMR).
   
 September 2017 Issue
Emrill FM develops intensive cleaning training programme by JCI standard
Emrill Services LLC, one of the largest facilities management (FM) companies in the UAE with over 7,000 personnel, has successfully developed an intensive facilities management (FM) training programme to ensure compliance with Joint Commission International (JCI) – accreditation cleaning standards at clinics and hospitals in the UAE.
   
 September 2017 Issue
Advantech Kostec medical monitors, designed for operating precision and diagnostic confidence
Aiming to provide the best medical image quality, Advantech Kostec medical monitors are designed for high-quality imaging with various sizes of full high defi nition (Full HD) and 4K ultra-high defi nition (UHD) resolution monitors. With DICOM Part 14 standard and 14-bit LUT Grayscale support, the KTSeries medical monitors ensure...
   
 July 2017 Issue
LINET´s complete solution for pressure ulcer prevention
LINET provides a complete solution for wound care management, but also prioritises the effective work of medical staff without any unnecessary physical exertion and risk of injury. Bedsores affect 8 to 23% of hospitalised patients while specific numbers differ by the type of hospital and ward. The most effective healthcare against pressure ulcer is prevention.
   
 July 2017 Issue
Middle East healthcare needs to develop leadership to meet the four major challenges facing the international industry
The Middle East healthcare sector is vibrant and active, and continues to attract investment as private and public-sector investors build the new capacity needed to serve a growing population of citizens and residents, and international healthcare tourists.
   
 July 2017 Issue
CosmeSurge works closely with Emirates Hospital for the treatment of breast cancer
CosmeSurge cooperates daily with Emirates Hospital specialists who are part of their Breast Program. Dr Dora Evangelidou, the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at CosmeSurge, said: “It is shown by many studies that the basis of excellence in breast cancer treatment and recovery is the care given by a multidisciplinary team.”
   
 May 2017 Issue
Expert in lung transplantation joins Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
Dr Gabriel Loor, a cardiac surgeon whose research focuses on maximizing donor organs for lung transplant recipients, has joined Baylor College of Medicine as director of lung transplantation in the division of cardiothoracic transplantation and circulatory support in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery. He will conduct surgeries at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center.
   
 May 2017 Issue
Bariatric surgery – more than merely weight loss
For years the Berlin-based specialists Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ordemann and Prof. Dr. Michael Ritter have been successfully treating obese patients conservatively and surgically. They are aware of the prejudices and restrictions which those affected have to struggle with.Obesity is a transboundary problem: no other disease spreads so strongly and quickly – the WHO refers to a global obesity epidemic.
   
 May 2017 Issue
Develop your healthcare leadership and management capability with an internationally recognised Master’s Degree in Dubai
In this world of rapidly advancing knowledge it is important to keep up to date with the latest developments and be in a position to make your healthcare organisation more agile in an increasingly competitive environment.
   
 March 2017 Issue
Pioneer in minimally invasive heart surgery joins Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
In January, Joseph Lamelas, MD, an internationally recognized expert in minimally invasive heart surgery, joined Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center in Houston, Texas from Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami, Florida, where he served as the Chief of Cardiac Surgery for the past eight years.
   
 March 2017 Issue
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC ranked highest in United States for liver transplant outcomes
The Hillman Center for Pediatric Transplantation at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC is ranked highest in the United States for pediatric liver transplant outcomes, according to January data released from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR).
   
 March 2017 Issue
RNOH provides a new one-stop procedure of stem cell harvest and transplant for cartilage defects in the knee
Due to the complex nature of Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC), the clinical experience with these diseases is limited to a few centres around the world. Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals (RB&HH) is one of the largest centres for the diagnosis and management of patients with ICC in the UK.
   
 March 2017 Issue
EKF’s new POC analysers provide lab quality results
The Quo-Test® and Quo-Lab® POCT HbA1c analysers from EKF Diagnostics are now available with an integrated connectivity package including a connectivity interface box, cables and a software upgrade, allowing the analyzers to transmit patient data to the majority of Lab Information Management Systems (LIMS) or Hospital Information Systems (HIS) in use today.
   
 January 2017 Issue
One of the largest Inherited Cardiac Conditions centres in the UK delivers leading diagnostic and management services
Due to the complex nature of Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC), the clinical experience with these diseases is limited to a few centres around the world. Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals (RB&HH) is one of the largest centres for the diagnosis and management of patients with ICC in the UK.
   
 January 2017 Issue
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab set to open in March
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, the world leader in rehabilitation, advances patient care with a mighty new ally: real, valid science. In March 2017, we will open a new hospital – The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – and it’s more than just a new building – it’s a new kind of research hospital, one that is revolutionizing the future of rehabilitation and creating a new category of medicine.
   
 January 2017 Issue
Mother donates part of her liver to save son’s life in living-donor transplant procedure
A 7,000-mile journey to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC enabled 8-year-old Saleh Al-Sada from the Persian Gulf country of Qatar to receive the vital organ transplant needed to save his life. Yet the curative solution was always as near to him as his mother.
   
 January 2017 Issue
3D print technology improves ankle replacement with hi-tech ankle joint
Arthritis in the ankle is extremely painful and can affect someone’s quality of life as much as end-stage heart failure. Even getting up to make a cup of coffee can be difficult.
   
 January 2017 Issue
Nemouars:Cerebral palsy - the most common physical disabilit in chidlren
Cerebral palsy (CP) is the name for a series of neurological disorders caused by abnormalities in parts of the brain that control muscle movement. It is the most common form of physical disability in childhood, being present in two of every 1,000 children. Symptoms can range from mild to severe both in physical and mental capacities.
   
 January 2017 Issue
Philips: Respiratory Health - Studies Show significant number of adults at high risk of sleep apnea in UAE and KSA
Studies show that a significant number of adults in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are at high risk of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Although obesity is a risk factor it is not the only cause of this sleep disorder which can have detrimental effects on an individual’s general health and wellbeing.
   
 January 2017 Issue
Mundipharma: Respiratory Health - Digital innovation helps patients live healthier lives
Mundipharma, an international pharmaceutical leader, is harnessing the power of digital innovation to provide optimal patient care with the key aim of helping patients stay healthy. The company is dedicated to providing patients with severe and debilitating diseases the benefit of new treatment options in fields such as pain, oncology...
   
 January 2017 Issue
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Partnerships that foster the exchange of healthcare professionals
The University of Nebraska Medical Center/ Nebraska Medicine’s International Healthcare Services (“UNMC”) is a renowned leader in patient care excellence in the United States and is internationally recognized for its innovative programs.
   
 September 2016 Issue
Leading international expert in Metabolic Liver Disease to direct Hepatology program at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Patrick McKiernan, M.D., a leading expert in metabolic liver disease, has been appointed director of the Pediatric Hepatology Program at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, part of the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition. Dr McKiernan will also join the staff of the hospital’s Center for Rare Disease Therapy.
   
 September 2016 Issue
Colour up your lab! - Kugel Medical
The times are over when hospitals, doctor’s offices and laboratories were completely kept in sterile white. More and more often you see a consistent design and colour concept in laboratories, also called Corporate Identity. No matter if you like to create colourful accents or even choose one colour for all surfaces, your design possibilities are almost endless.
   
   

                                  
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