Celebrating 20 years
Brain imaging abnormalities and outcome after acute ischaemic stroke: the ENCHANTED trial
Building back better after COVID-19: The research agenda
The wider benefits of SGLT2 inhibitors
New research on intravenous fluids used in intensive care shows that commonly used saline is as effective at keeping people alive and their organs functioning as more expensive ‘balanced’ solutions.
The George Institute is delighted to be part of the Australian Government’s Medical Research Future Fund commitment towards establishing new research centres for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Significant reductions in mortality occurred with improved care after hip fractures, shows a new study in China by The George Institute for Global Health and Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, published in the Lancet Regional Health – Western Pacific. By adding geriatric care to the traditional orthopaedic care within a broader co-management care model, doctors were able to slash mortality by 41% while also reducing other complications such as delirium, pneumonia, and deep venous thrombosis.