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First Pig Kidney Transplant Patient Discharged From Hospital

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THURSDAY, April 4, 2024 -- Rick Slayman, the first person to receive a kidney transplant from a genetically modified pig, headed home Wednesday after faring so well that he was released from the hospital just two weeks after his groundbreaking.

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Hospital care for children has shifted from general hospitals to children’s hospitals over last 20 years

SCIENMAG: Medicine & Health

CHAPEL HILL, NC – Historically, most children in the United States who needed to be hospitalized were treated at general hospitals that treat both children and adults.

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New Federal Rule Means Hospitals Need Written Consent for Pelvic, Prostate Exams

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MONDAY, April 1, 2024 -- In a letter sent to teaching hospitals and medical schools across the country, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Monday that written consent must be obtained from patients before performing sensitive.

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Hospital Costs Soared for COVID Patients During Pandemic

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3, 2024 -- The average cost of hospital care for COVID-19 patients skyrocketed during the pandemic, outstripping what might be expected under inflation, a new study shows.Average hospital costs for COVID patients increased five. WEDNESDAY, Jan.

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Ryman Hospitality Migrates to Oracle ERP Cloud!

Perficient: Drug Development

Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. Congratulations to Ryman Hospitality Properties and their entire staff! ERP | Enterprise Resource Planning Migration to the Cloud – July 2023 Go Live! Contact Matt Makowsky at Perficient for more introspection of this phenomenal achievement. www.oracle.com www.perficient.com

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Post-Trauma Support Can Prevent Repeat Hospitalizations

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27, 2023 -- When hospitals support trauma survivors' mental health during and after treatment, patients are less likely to return in crisis, researchers report.There's no uniform guidance on how to offer mental health services to. WEDNESDAY, Dec.

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Increased use of Paxlovid could cut hospitalizations, deaths and costs

SCIENMAG: Medicine & Health

Increased use of Paxlovid, the antiviral drug used to treat COVID-19, could prevent hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations and save tens of billions of dollars a year, according to a new epidemiological model published by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.