The patient registry market in the UAE is set to grow 14 per cent by 2020, owing to rising healthcare expenditures and growing incidence of diseases, according to a recent report.
The TechSci Research report ‘UAE Patient Reg
A total of 175 people were exposed to Thailand's only case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and the patient's condition has improved, the health ministry said on Saturday.
In a statement, the ministry said it had
Dubai Hospital has installed a state-of-the-art patient monitoring system in the paediatric unit of the hospital.
Dr Abdulrehman Al Jassmi, chief executive officer, inaugurated the system which will help enhance patient safety and
The second patient to receive an artificial heart made by French firm Carmat is leading a normal life including physical exercise, eight months after his transplant, the 69-year-old man told weekly Le Journal du Dimanche in an interview
More than 200 pharmacists and industry experts came together in Dubai, UAE, for a regional training programme that equipped them with the necessary skill sets required to work with patients.
In the constantly evolving healthcare s
The laser corrective eye surgery patients in the UAE need to be better informed, if they are to get the best possible results, according to an expert.
Dr Mark Wilkins, consultant corneal surgeon and corneal service director at the
Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC), a lading healthcare free zone, said it received a record 1.2 million patient visits by the end of last year, up from a million visits recorded the previous year.
About 15 per cent of the patients were
Sickle cell campaigners have called for an urgent restructuring of health services, as the 46th patient died of complications in Bahrain - just one short of the deadliest year on record.
Bahraini Mahmood Abdulwahab, a 26-year-old
About five per cent of patients in the Middle East suffer from thyroid disease, according to rough estimates revealed at the 10th Annual Middle East Otolaryngology Conference & Exhibition last year.
The thyroid is a butterfly-
Simple intravenous fluid drips could save the lives of many West African Ebola patients, but are being neglected because of a perception that there is no effective treatment for the disease, specialist doctors said on Friday.