Blood-based biomarkers can accurately predict a patient's risk of death or disability after TBI
1 month ago - By News Medical
A study funded by the National Institutes of Health found that biomarkers present in the blood on the day of a traumatic brain injury can accurately predict a patient's risk of death or severe disability six months later.
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Blood test taken within 24 hours of head injury can predict whether a person will die
1 month ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers at UCSF and other schools found that a blood test within 24 hours of a severe head injury could help them determine how likely a person is to die of a traumatic brain injury.
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The headlines of Master Doctor
'Sit Down, Shut Up and Sign, Don't Make Waves': What We Heard This Week
"Some nursing homes and chains will hire medical directors to just do what I call the three S's: Sit down. Shut up and sign. Don't make waves." - Karl Steinberg, MD, immediate...
Stormy weather over coming days expected to worsen NSW flood crisis
Some NSW towns to remain cut off over coming days as heavy rain impacts communities.
Week of celebrations kicks off in western Sydney leading to NRL Grand Final
Penrith and Parramatta fans begin celebrations in lead-up to NRL Grand Final.
Woman suffers critical injuries in Royal Melbourne Show roller-coaster accident
Investigations open after woman was hit by roller-coaster carriage at Royal Melbourne Show.
‘Remnants': Russia's mobilisation draws online insults from Ukraine
The mobilisation has prompted both sides to trade a fresh round of insults; a Kremlin spokesman said fake statements were partly to blame for the ridicule.
National weather forecast for Monday September 26
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Perhaps it seems strange that I identify handwriting with life, but there is something of death in its opposite, endless text on our computers. Death imposes sameness.
The role Fleabag's Sian Clifford wanted with ‘every part of my being'
Most actors bubble with enthusiasm when speaking about their latest project, but few are as effusive and sincere as Clifford when discussing Life After Life.
Rate rises give banks a leg-up over non-bank challengers
Non-bank lenders seeking to disrupt the $2 trillion mortgage market face a tougher grind in competing with established banks as interest rates rise.
Airport rail is 60 years in the making, let's not get it wrong
There have been calls for a rail link to the airport for decades, but the Andrews government must also address the dire needs for vastly improved public transport in...