News: health & medical sciences
The University of Adelaide’s world-class health simulation facility, Adelaide Health Simulation, will be on show to international experts attending the Australasian Simulation Congress.
Mixed-reality smart glasses with holographic features are set to revolutionise the treatment of leg and foot wounds for people with diabetes and vascular disease in regional and remote areas in the future.
Medical students at the University of Adelaide will graduate with a better knowledge of how to use the electronic patient record system that’s in place in hospitals around South Australia.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to human health, but a new discovery could help in the war against superbugs, potentially saving millions of lives.
A University of Adelaide led study has defied a common misconception that nursing home residents experience a deterioration in their level of frailty and functional status.
A pilot trial is now underway to reduce the side effects experienced by patients who require a general anaesthetic and pain relief during surgery.
The latest research from the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) has discovered a potential new therapy for chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) patients who’ve achieved excellent results from current treatment and are hoping to live life medication free.
A leading academic general practitioner from the University of Adelaide with a strong interest and track record in cardiovascular health has been included on a new National Hypertension Taskforce that wants to double blood pressure (BP) control rates in Australia by 2030.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide will conduct a wide-ranging nationwide study on the extent and causes of tooth decay in Australian children and the mental health, education and financial impacts that it has.
The University of Adelaide has received more than $7.5 million in funding to support seven innovative research projects that aim to address major health issues such as bowel and breast cancer, septic shock and malaria.