EXCLUSIVE: The Polish man was rushed to hospital in Plymouth, UK, in November after suffering a heart attack which left him with “severe and irreversible brain damage.” Now the UK High Court has ruled his life support be switched off, saying “it is not in his best interests for life sustaining treatment to be given.”
Poland's national medical trade union said on Tuesday that the act recently passed by the lower house of the Polish parliament facilitating the employment of doctors from outside the EU was "extremely harmful."
Negating the physical need to visit a doctor, the pioneering Higo Sense can diagnose patients within an hour from the comfort of their home.
WARNING! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES: Appalled by the amount of death, poverty and famine he witnessed during a trip to Madagascar, dietician Daniel Kasprowicz set about doing what he could to help. He has raised enough money to build a new hospital.
Known for helping her patients without wearing gloves during treatment so as not to frighten and discourage them, Wanda Błeńska who died at the age of 103 cured thousands of Ugandans of leprosy.
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES! The record-breaking operation took eight doctors 90 minutes to complete after the 25-year-old woman was taken in at the St. Maximilian Hospital in Oświęcim.
In response to articles appearing in Newsweek and the Onet news portal recalling the memories of a Red Army doctor held in a POW camp which he describes as ‘hell on earth’, in a three-page letter to the CEO of Ringier Axel Springer Media, Morawiecki said that ‘no one is allowed to relativize history’ and ‘we cannot allow the true picture of this war to be distorted.’
In an interview with the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, deputy Health Minister Józefa Szczurek-Żelazko presented new regulations helping non-EU physicians start working in Poland. She said such rules were in force in many EU countries.
One of Giacomo Puccini’s best-known pieces, the aria from the opera Turandot climaxes with the soaring proclamation: “I will win! I will win! I will win!”, considered by many to be a fitting rallying cry in the battle against coronavirus.
By analysing a patient’s chest X-rays with their artificial intelligence CIRCA system, the scientists from the Silesian University of Technology (SUT) are able to distinguish coronavirus symptoms from other pulmonary infections.