Better evaluation of patients before operations has reduced last-minute cancellations.
The battle against myopia in children has a new champion – an app that helps parents monitor the state of their children’s eyes.
Older people with poor mobility can now get eye screening at their doorstep when this big blue bus pulls up.
A new surgical technique avoids cutting across the front of the neck, sparing patients the long scar associated with most thyroidectomies.
As the next line of screening, a new nuclear imaging scan can detect prostate cancer cells even when they are too few or too small to be picked up by conventional tests.
Multiple myeloma patients enjoy convenience and comfort, thanks to new home-based chemotherapy service.
A new drug, hailed as a breakthrough, offers a leap forward in the treatment of heart failure by helping to reduce both mortality and morbidity.
Many support groups are initiated by nurses and fellow health care staff to help patients and their caregivers cope with neurological diseases like Parkinson’s disease and dementia.
They were in good jobs, but something happened to make them stop, turn around and make a switch to nursing.
Patients continue to receive hospital-standard care at home or in the community after discharge under the Transitional Home Care programme.