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Microrobots Take Minutes to Detect C. diff in Stool Samples

February 15th, 2019 Editors Diagnostics, GI, Materials, Medicine, Nanomedicine Detecting bacterial infestations within the GI system, particularly using low cost methods, takes so much time that treatment is often administered too late. Clostridium difficile (C. diff) is a particular nasty nuisance that kills many frail patients, and even with a hospital lab it can take up to… Read More »

More than half of consumers lack confidence in their ability to properly take new medications as directed

More than half of consumers lack confidence in their ability to properly take new medications as directed, according to a survey released today by e-prescribing and patient medication management solution outfit DrFirst. Among the consumers who had concerns about taking new medications correctly, two-thirds blamed their anxiety on a lack of time with physicians at… Read More »