Under a major event in the domestic economy, the investors of the Vital Healthcare have recently approved the $160 million purchase of twelve Australian medical related buildings. It is to be mentioned here that the investors of Essential Healthcare Trust in Australia decided to poll in the favour of selling its assets to NZX-listed Vital Healthcare.
A recent study involving 2,500 men was published on the net this week by the New England Journal of Medicine.
According to the finding of the study consuming the pill once everyday considerably cut down the risk of infection in men by almost 44 percent as compared to those men who were given a placebo.
The month of November is being celebrated as the awareness month for prostate cancer wherein men are growing moustaches for charity. The Prime Minister, David Cameron has praised all those who are participating in the ‘Movember drive’.
The South Eastern Health Trust (SEHT) has given its nod to make the controversial changes in the health services and A&E cover at the Downe Hospital. The decision was made after a meeting of the trust’s board in Downpatrick.
As per an international audit, the UK is leaving behind any other country from all over Europe when it comes to survival rates from heart bypass surgeries. All across Europe almost 2.4 percent patients die on an average after a bypass surgery.
This figure was compared with a 2.2 percent rate in Scotland and 1.8 percent in England with only 1.1 percent in Wales as per the study.
According to the revelation of a government document patients are facing a postcode lottery of NHS care which is intensely associated with various practices followed in health trusts.
It was also found by the NHS Atlas of Variation which was published by the Department of Health that several NHS trusts were not able to comply with guidelines in important areas like stroke, cancer and diabetic care.
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