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AI can help identify bacteria quickly and accurately: study: PTI feeding, news

Boston, December 16 (PTI) Improved artificial intelligence (AI) microscopes can help clinical microbiologists diagnose life-threatening blood infections and improve the chances of patients' survival, according to a study. Researchers at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in the USA. UU They demonstrated that an automated microscopy system improved with AI is "very capable" to identify bacteria images quickly and …

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Being repetitive could be an early symptom of dementia in the elderly

Elderly people If you have been repeating daily tasks such as shaving, cleaning, or asking the same questions in a conversation, you may be at risk of developing dementia. Dementia is a group of social thought and symptoms that interferes with daily functioning and delays cognitive abilities. It can occur due to a variety of possible diseases. Mainly associated with …

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Scientists say that artificial intelligence can accurately diagnose deadly blood infections

Improved microscopes with artificial intelligence (AI) could help in the rapid and accurate diagnosis of lethal blood infections, which can improve the chances of survival of patients, according to a study. Bacteria that most commonly cause bloodstream infections include rod-shaped bacteria, including Escherichia coli or E. coli, round clusters of Staphylococcus species, and pairs or strands of Streptococcus species. Rapid …

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Happiest women after age 85 once the spouse dies, say psychiatrists

It is assumed that marriage should lead to happiness forever, right? A new report reveals that women over 85 are happier after the death of their partner. >> Read more news about trends The Health Survey of England recently conducted a study to monitor trends in the health of the nation. To do so, the researchers surveyed 8,000 British adults …

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The "hallucinatory" trial could transform treatment for patients with hemophilia A

Last update: December 14, 2017, 09:30 GMT A cure for hemophilia A is one step closer after the "hallucinatory results" of a gene therapy trial. The condition that endangers those suffering from excessive bleeding, even for minor injuries, severely affects some 2,000 people in the United Kingdom. It can also cause potentially fatal internal bleeding, which in turn can cause …

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Penn State trustees have something to say about Hershey Medical Center, & # 39; medical company & # 39;

Penn State Trustees at 3 p.m. On Friday, a special meeting will be held to "discuss an issue involving the University's medical company." The university's medical company consists primarily of Penn State Health, the legal entity that includes Penn State Hershey Medical Center and other health care entities. It is unusual for trustees to hold such a meeting at short …

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Health officials report that the boy died of complications from the flu, first in Riverside County this year «CBS Local

Do women make better patients? A new study by Johns Hopkins says it could be estrogen. (credit: CBS) RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) – Inland Empire County health officials reported the first influenza-related death of the 2017 -18 flu season, and urge everyone to protect with the flu vaccine. Murrieta identified the victim as under 10 years of age who died on Thursday. …

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Highmark and Penn State Health invest $ 1B in the central health network of Pennsylvania

Updated 3 hours ago Insurer Highmark Health and Penn State Health announced on Friday that they will invest $ 1 billion in a partnership to create a "community-based health care network" that will provide services at the center and South of Pennsylvania. "This is a game changer," said David Holmberg, president and CEO of Highmark Health. "We want to collaborate …

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