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DGL Practice Manager Professional

DGL are the authors of Practice Manager Professional, the UK’s best selling software for Consultants in private practice. With over 4,000 licences sold throughout the UK, the software provides unrivalled

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Ultrasound upgrade at The Portland Hospital for Women and Children

The Portlan Hospital for Women and Children is benefiting from increased image quality across multiple disciplines following the installation of an ACUSON S2000™ ultrasound system from Siemens Healthcare. The system

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AmniSure® International LLC is happy to announce exclusive distribution in the UK with AGH

AmniSure® (www.amnisure.com) is the first FDA-cleared rapid immunoassay that detects Rupture Of [fetal] Membranes (ROM) ~99% Accurate No Speculum Exam Needed Reliable Results In Minutes Next Generation Technology Wide User

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Healthcare Improvement in Scotland

On 1 April 2011, Healthcare Improvement Scotland was launched as a new health body, marking a change in the way the quality of healthcare in Scotland is supported nationally. The

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Capsular synovial metaplasia mimicking silicone leak of a breast prosthesis: a case report

Introduction Synovial metaplasia around prostheses is regarded as a transitional phenomenon1. We describe the case of a patient in whom, at the time of removal of a prosthetic port, the

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The development of transdermal hormone replacement therapy

The perimenopause, the time leading up to the menopause or final menses, has been recognised through the ages as a time of significant change. Symptoms of gradual reduction in female

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Post-partum Bladder Care: Background, practice and complications

Introduction Bladder care is an important aspect of management in the postpartum period. Postpartum voiding dysfunction occurs in a significant number of women, which can potentially cause permanent damage to

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Independent midwifery in New Zealand

Introduction Independent Midwifery in New Zealand became an autonomous profession in 1990.The midwife is known as a Lead Maternity Carer (L.M.C.) and works under section 88 of the New Zealand