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11-Jan-2013
Professor Shimon Reif, a specialist in pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology who recently headed the Department of Pediatrics at the Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital of the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, has been appointed head of Pediatrics at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem. He is replacing Prof. Dan Engelhard, who has completed 10 years in the role and will now serve as head of Hadassah’s Pediatric Infectious Diseases Unit.
27-Dec-2012
To develop a unique stent locator based on the work of three Hadassah Medical Center heart specialists, Hadasit, Hadassah’s Technology Transfer Company, has created an incubator company entitled AOL Medical.
27-Dec-2012
Carrying triplets, a 49-year-old woman was rushed to the Hadassah Medical Center’s High-risk Pregnancy Unit when she experienced swollen legs and contractions during her 26th week of pregnancy.
27-Dec-2012
The Hadassah Medical Center’s radiologists and oncologists joined forces to save the life and the sight of a seven-year-old girl afflicted with a cancerous tumor in her eye that was causing her eyeball to bulge out of its socket.
27-Dec-2012
An eight-year-old girl was having difficulty breathing and was scheduled for a bronchoscopy at the Hadassah Medical Center; Hadassah’s physicians discovered that a large mass was the cause.
27-Dec-2012
Whether it is from a pregnant woman needing to spend part of her pregnancy as an inpatient or a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy, the Hadassah University Medical Center receives letters of appreciation on a daily basis.
27-Dec-2012
Two boys, about six to eight years old, stood next to the nurses' station in the Pediatrics Department at the Hadassah Medical Center.
27-Dec-2012
When a 53-year-old man was hospitalized at the Hadassah Medical Center in unstable condition, suffering from sepsis, a severe systemic inflammatory response, an extensive set of tests revealed that he had been bitten by a microorganism called Rickettsia.
27-Dec-2012
When a 50-year-old man came to the Hadassah Medical Center with a mysterious fever and difficulty breathing, the cause was difficult to determine and standard treatment for his clinical systems did not stop his decline.
27-Dec-2012
One of the first hospitals in the world to acquire a lithotripter--which revolutionized the elimination of kidney stones with noninvasive shock wave therapy—the Hadassah Medical Center today houses the largest Kidney Stone Treatment Center in Israel.