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Trauma & Orthopaedics Articles


Brain damage linked to contact sports

4th December 2012

A study finds evidence of degenerative brain disease in samples from deceased US sporting heroes.

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Rise in children hurt on bouncy castles

26th November 2012

US research finds a sharp rise in children sent to emergency rooms after being hurt on a bouncy castle.

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Trampolines 'not worth the risk'

25th September 2012

Doctors say little children are more likely to get badly hurt, whilst older children attempt risky moves.

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Doctors smuggled in for secret hospital

29th May 2012

A group of UK-based Syrian doctors is helping to run secret hospitals inside the country amid continuing attacks on opposition supporters.

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US woman fights flesh-eating infection

15th May 2012

Graduate student has already had one leg amputated, but family are hopeful she will make a good recovery.

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Wounded Syrians walk to Lebanon

20th December 2011

Syrians wounded in their country's internal conflict are having their access to emergency medical care blocked by government agents.

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New material could close deep wounds

21st June 2011

Researchers are developing a collagen-based tissue template to close deep wounds and promote skin regrowth.

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Scenes from a Bahrain hospital

21st February 2011

Medical staff at Salmaniya Hospital were overwhelmed by gunshot wound cases while protesters organised blood donation campaigns online.

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New centre to bring military techniques to NHS

20th January 2011

New medical centre has opened in Birmingham.

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NHS news 10/12/10

10th December 2010

Around up of NHS news over past week.

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