Irish Medical Information
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IMI publishes a wide variety of journals globally covering the major medical specialties in addition to a growing number of online products for doctors, and medical information tools for patients. Continuous product development ensures that our products and services are of constant relevance to the medical profession and non-medical community.

Our core expertise lies in producing outstanding medical content, typically from the latest medical conferences. Our network and team of medical journalists around the world enables us to gather the very best information in clinical research and development. This content is distilled to provide tailored editorial to suit the target audience.

News, Articles & Press Releases
IMI Winners of 2011 eHealthcare Leadership Awards
IMI International Medical Information receives award for Best Integrated Marketing Campaign at the 2011 eHealthcare Leadership Awards. IMI were one of more than...
Satisfaction with the components of everyday life appears protective against heart disease
The greater the satisfaction, the greater the protection
ESC calls for research into vulnerable plaques
Introducing stabilisation of vulnerable plaques as part of secondary prevention would offer the opportunity to wipe out half of coronary events
Circulating levels of a lung protein found to be 'strongly predictive' of cardiovascular disease
Study suggests the biomarker potential of surfactant protein-D
Smoking ban reduces emergency room admissions
Workplace smoking bans are gaining ground globally, and one study has shown that they may have significant health effects. The study, conducted by researchers...
Study populations need to be better defined for remote telemedical management of heart failure
Study populations need to be better defined for remote telemedical management of heart failure
Modern treatments for GERD effective at achieving long-term remission for most patients
In an evaluation of contemporary antireflux therapies for chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), most patients who received treatment with either the...
ATS Late-breaking clinical trials
Results from the "Late-Breaking Clinical Trials" session at the ATS brought new light to clinical problems and potential treatments. While five examined...
No increase in severe cardiovascular events for children, adolescents taking ADHD medications
Despite recent concerns that medications for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) could increase the risk of cardiovascular events in children and...