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Teaching Hospital Update, November 4-8, 2013

 
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November 8, 2013
Curated by Adam Mingal (Department on Disability Services, Washington, DC); edited by Amy Kaufman.
Researchers review effectiveness of Botox injections for overactive bladder symptoms

www.news-medical.net - An innovative treatment helping patients with overactive bladder symptoms lead normal lives again has been licensed for use by the UK's medicines watchdog following a landmark study in which Sheffi...
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Pay and Practice: More Evidence Against Limiting Surgeons' Hours?

www.medpagetoday.com - It may not be politically correct to say, but sleep deprivation doesn't seem to affect a surgeon's perform...
www.newswise.com - Newswise -- Stroke patients treated at hospitals with neurology residency programs are significantly more likely to get life-saving clot-busting drugs than those seen at other teaching or non-teachi...
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"Don't Get Sick in July," Some Doctors Say
www.biosciencetechnology.com - With almost no experience, newly graduated medical students enter teaching hospitals around the country every July, beginning their careers as interns. At the same time, the last year's interns and...
www.news-medical.net - Stroke patients treated at hospitals with neurology residency programs are significantly more likely to get life-saving clot-bu..
 
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