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Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors. Part 3 of 3

Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors – Part 3 of 3

Interruptions occurred during more than half (53,1 percent) of all administrations, and each ceasing was associated with a 12,1 percent increase, on average, in procedural failures and a 12,7 percent increase in clinical errors. 187 more words

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Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors. Part 2 of 3

Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors – Part 2 of 3

Julie Kliger, who serves as program director of the Integrated Nurse Leadership Program at the University of California, San Francisco, said that administering medication has become so unchanging that everyone involved – nurses, health-care workers, patients and families — has become complacent. 196 more words

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Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors. Part 1 of 3

Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors – Part 1 of 3

Diverting A Nurse In The Preparation Of Medicines Increases The Risk Of Errors. 284 more words

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Scientists Develop Collagen Bridge for Lymphedema Patients

With over three decades of experience in management and engineering, Mehrdad Nayebi has worked with several prominent companies, including Sony Semiconductor, Xilinx, and Raytheon. At present Mehrdad Nayebi holds the position of CEO at… 194 more words

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A Place to Teach Old Drugs New Tricks

Due to popular demand, former blog guests Bruce Bloom, and Clare Thibodeaux from Cures Within Reach have returned with another post. This time, they explain how they bring researchers, older drugs, and new funders together to come up with new solutions for patients. 753 more words

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Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Benefits Patients with Arthritis

Experienced in many aspects of public education, John Heintz of Chicago has served as the chief legal officer of Niles Township High School District 219 in Skokie, Illinois. 150 more words

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Full Steam Ahead: First Patient is Dosed in Expanded CIRM Spinal Cord Injury Trial

Today we bring you more good news about a CIRM-funded clinical trial for spinal cord injury that’s received a lot of attention lately in the news. 625 more words

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