Patient visits to Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) crossed 600,000 in June and is expected to reach 1.2 million by the end of the year, up from a million last year, according to a recent report.
DHCC’s first operating review, up
New measures have been introduced to treat sickle cell sufferers in Bahrain, including scrapping a protocol that forces patients to wait eight hours before being administered morphine and dedicating a ward for women.
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People suffering from hereditary blood disease are being urged not to fast during Ramadan due concerns that it could be lethal.
The Bahrain Society for Sickle Cell Anaemia Patient Care is warning that dehydrati
A new way of evaluating tumors may soon help cancer patients identify the underlying genetic link to their disease - and the best possible treatment - all in a single test.
Researchers are set to begin clinical
DaVita, a division of DaVita HealthCare Partners that provides kidney care services, has won a tender to treat half of the 10,000 dialysis patients currently under the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Health’s care.
Activists are demanding health officials fast-track life-saving treatment of sickle cell patients after a fifth death this year was registered in Bahrain.
Bahraini Mohammed Hassan Makki was admitted to Salmaniya Medical Complex (S
Zebra Technologies, a leader in marking and printing technologies, will launch a new patient ID integrated printing solution for the region’s healthcare sector.
The solution, to be unveiled at the Arab Health 2014 in Dubai,
Saudi-based King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre said it has selected healthcare IT companies Health Matrix and Datix for its optimizing patient safety project.
The duo will help the 1110-bed multi-facility, multi
People who undergo repeated surgeries to remove glioblastomas — the most aggressive and deadliest type of brain tumors — may survive longer than those who have a one-time operation, new Johns Hopkins research suggests.