The Montreal Children's Hospital's latest state-of the-art neuronavigation system, as well as the recent hiring of a specialist in functional neuroimaging, neurosurgical precision in this operating room has never been more exact.
On the last run of her first snowboarding lesson in early January, 23-year-old McGill student Christina Barakett decided it was time to try a 180-degree turn - an intermediate snowboarding move. But part way into the turn, Barakett took a plunge that landed her in the Emergency Department of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Montreal General Hospital (MGH) site with a broken left wrist.
Some estimates cite that as many as two million Canadians suffer from this low-profile disease. Rosacea (pronounced rose-AY-sha) is simply defined as a chronic (long-term) skin disease that causes redness and swelling, primarily on the face, but also on the eyelids and other parts of the head and upper torso.
The Sickle Cell Transition Clinic transfers the care and management of the adolescent patient to the RVH and it also introduces the adolescents to the nurses and doctors at the adult hospital, all before the patient turns 18.
The hectic rush out of the house and the morning drive have left you more than exhausted. You also have a headache and your vision is a little blurred. You attribute this to fatigue, but it may be much worse - you may be having a stroke.
A new Image Guidance surgical system, at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) may provide safer surgery and more effective relief to many chronic sinusitis sufferers
Two Montreal health care organizations received recognition from the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) for their outstanding support of registered nurses in obtaining national certification in nursing specialties
Going to the hospital for tests and treatments can be an unnerving experience for adults. Just imagine how scary it can be for children.
A comedy event and silent auction at Club Soda last night raised $285 000 for the new Centre for Colon and Rectal Surgery.
Clinicians from the McGill University Health Centre and the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) are participating in the first Canadian therapeutic HIV vaccine trial.