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Research shows that by adhering to certain practices, doctors may have curbed CLABSI incidences over the past 20 years.
New research shows that ER visits due to adverse reactions to sleeping pills containing zolpidem increased dramatically between 2005 and 2010.
By following certain guidelines and vouching for their rights, patients and their advocates can ensure their safety while staying in hospitals.
New research shows that after-hours pediatric treatment in intensive care units does not increase death risk among child patients.
Ensuring patient safety is among the most important considerations that any healthcare facility must take into account.
Doctors who use health IT tools like electronic health records and others types of systems may be more likely to order expensive tests for their patients, even when the procedure is unlikely to improve the quality of care the patient receives, according to a new study published in the journal … more
Urgent care providers may soon have new tools at their disposal to improve patient safety. The Department of Health and Human Services recently announced a campaign aimed at reducing the number of treatment-acquired conditions and readmissions.
In 30-children classrooms, it's likely that three students are afflicted with asthma, according to the CDC.
When hospital overcrowding forces the diversion of ambulances to facilities farther away, it puts lives at risk.
Four antendees at the LaPorte County Fair at the eponymous county in Indiana were stricken with an influenza A variant virus.