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Gender-blind blood transfusion does not increase risk of death

Gender-blind blood transfusion does not increase risk of death

n a study published in the journal Circulation researchers from Karolinska Institutet and Lund University examined how sex-discordant blood transfusions (i.e. blood from a woman to a man or vice versa) affected survival following cardiac surgery.

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Financing investment in medical technology

Financing investment in medical technology

Keeping pace with technological advancements requires considerable capital expenditure. It is becoming essential for hospitals to seek new and sustainable ways of investing in new technology. Chris Wilkinson reports.

Medical devices under threat from hackers

Medical devices under threat from hackers

Patient information is now worth more than credit card data on the dark web and hackers are increasingly using medical devices to infiltrate hospital networks.

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