Tuesday, 9th August 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

New study reveals female patients more likely to die if surgeon is male

By France24
09 January 2022   |   2:05 pm
Disturbing new research has revealed that women who are operated on by a male surgeon, are more likely to die. Annette Young talks to the study's co-author, Dr Angela Jerath, from the University of Toronto. Also as outrage continues over the rising rate of femicide in France, we take a look at what steps are being tan by French authorities to prevent male perpetrators from reoffending. Plus we meet the female space engineers who are working on the Ariane 5 space project to unlock the secrets of humankind's final frontier.

Related

22 Mar 2017
Vets in El Salvador's zoo carry out an operation to clean up a bone infection in the country's last male jaguar, an 18-year-old named Greco.
25 Sep 2017
Emmanuel Isiuwe shows male experiences through his art works.
28 Nov 2017
The rappers lead the nominations list for the 60th annual awards.
8 Dec 2018
Adonis Stevenson remains in a ''critical condition'' with a brain injury according to boxer's doctor.
27 Apr 2019
Nigeria records more than 100,000 cases of autism annually. As the globe marks World Autism Month, internal medicine physician Dr Nesochi Okeke-Igbokwe takes us into the world of autism, and explains why early recognition, as well as behavioural, educational, and family therapies, may reduce symptoms and support development and learning of people living with autism.
23 May 2019
The global market for male beauty and grooming products is worth nearly sixty-billion U-S dollars. One Nigerian entrepreneur is capitalising on the growing market, manufacturing products for men in Africa's largest economy.
2 Jun 2019
'Girls-on-Wheels' is a chauffeur and cab company that's looking to disrupt the industry by providing a niche service.
28 Jun 2019
Portia Malele, Manager for Mining, Drill and Blast, at Kumba Iron Ore’s Sishen mine joins CNBC Africa to share her career journey in the male dominated mining industry.
2 Aug 2019
A 'giant leap forward'? Saudi papers hail decree allowing women to travel without a male guardian.
29 Dec 2019
The number of male tobacco users is falling for the first time worldwide, according to the World Health Organization, "good news", says Ruediger Krech, Director of Health Promotion at WHO.
11 Jun 2020
Family-owned companies like Aldi, Würth and Haribo are often described as the backbone of the German economy. But gender equality and diversity appear to be weak spots in their dynastic business cultures.
22 Jul 2020
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) has re-arraigned a cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Anuoluwapo Adepoju, popularly known as 'Dr Anu' for allegedly obstructing investigation into complaints of failed surgeries.