In this week’s Health Matters, Professor Simon Finfer from Sydney Adventist Hospital discusses sepsis, its symptoms and the treatment options available.
Dr Avanti Karve discusses why many oral diseases can be prevented through proper dental care.
Sydney Adventist Hospital dermatologist Dr Kavita Enjeti discusses the effects, causes and treatments for this painful skin condition.
Sydney Adventist Hospital’s Dr Christine Shearman discusses a new breast mammography unit that is more comfortable for patients and provides better images.
It is known as the disease that turns you into stone. Sydney Adventist Hospital rheumatologist Dr Michael Tjeuw discusses this debilitating condition.
More than 5 million Australians suffer from bladder and bowel leakage, commonly known as incontinence. Sydney Adventist Hospital urologist Dr Ruth Collins discusses the condition.
It’s a disease that affects one-third of Australians over the age of 45 yet most people are unaware of it.
Do you have an end of life care plan? Dr Jordan Sandral discusses the importance of an advanced care directive.
Sydney Adventist Hospital’s Dr John Limbers discusses an increasingly popular technique for hip replacement associated with fewer complications, faster recovery time and less pain.
Delirium is one of the most common complications of hospitalisation. Sydney Adventist Hospital’s Marleta Fong discusses why it is often misdiagnosed and what is being done about it at the San.