Latest blood loss News

Patients were in good hands
Why is cancer called cancer? We need to go back to Greco-Roman times for the answer
Whether inserted, ingested or implanted, batteries are a matter of life and death
Burnet research driving WHO guidelines on preventing maternal deaths
Revolution in hysterectomy surgery comes to Springfield
New survey shows significant gaps in Australians understanding of Iron Deficiency
Mackay’s first robotic hysterectomy at Mater
How much period blood is ‘normal’? And which sanitary product holds the most blood?
Mater revolutionises hysterectomy surgery for women
Does a woman’s menstrual cycle affect her athletic performance? Here’s what the science says
Houstonians’ input on study for trauma patient who are ‘bleeding out’
Heavy periods are common. What can you do, and when should you seek help?
Life-saving actions by NT Police in Alice Springs
Spotlight on role of nutrition in sustainability this Iron Awareness Week
Deadly snakes could save your life
Digital ‘twins’ revolutionise children’s hip deformity surgery and recovery
Ivermectin could help save endangered Australian sea lion
New life-saving technique for shark attack victims
Opioid-free joint replacement surgery: an innovative approach
Lifechanging helping hand from Epworth HealthCare
Radical diagnostic could save millions of people at risk of dying from blood loss
Pain relief at marking
AGA recommends bidirectional endoscopy for most patients with iron deficiency anemia
Pre-screening blood key to reducing surgery costs and improving patient outcomes
Monash University to accelerate development of novel medicine designed to save women’s lives in child birth
Disposable blood warmer helps transfusions
Police lay charges over assault in Granville
Image challenge: blood in duodenum