The following articles have the tag surgery
Researchers warn that heart complications for these patients are being underestimated.
We need to rethink the system, say healthcare professionals.
Do these things to set yourself up for a speedy recovery after surgery.
Elective surgery's due to restart next week, so now's the time to fix waiting lists ...
Is it a good news day? Elective surgeries can restart and we’re unlikely to catch ...
The coronavirus ban on elective surgeries might show us many people can avoid going under ...
You have a date for your operation and have been fully briefed on what to ...
More Australians are undergoing elective surgery and receiving emergency department care.
Steve Perkin takes you along for the ride on his joint replacement journey.
Men are starting to take their body image seriously and are doing something about it.
Researcher seeks urgent probe into risk and review of sterilisation procedures.
Dr Emmanuella explains how to get physical – when you’re ashamed of your body.
How do you assess whether the potential benefits outweigh the risks?
Campaign for public register of surgeons’ performances hits hurdle.
When your knees get cranky, try these strengthening exercises.
Sometimes it’s necessary, but you should still know what it does to your body.
Disturbing report details the secret dangers in our hospitals.
Many privately insured patients face high out-of-pocket medical costs.
There has been a rapid increase in the number of Australians dipping into super early.
The quality of healthcare outcomes has major discrepancies around the nation.
An enlarged prostate is a problem for many men over 50, but the fix is ...
How has a blood-sucking fictional creature inspired a breast lift procedure?
Breakthrough could significantly reduce number of breast cancer patients needing a second surgery.
An Aussie family has been told by their insurer that surgery to save their daughter ...
Prostate cancer surgeons have been withholding information from patients.
It can be a shock to face the reality and the cost of a ...
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