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Virtual Patient Scenarios Tied to Core Nursing School Curricula Ensure Students Build Confidence and Preparedness for Practice SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.
Independent evaluators have found that measurable progress in reducing the rates of some targeted HAIs has been achieved under the umbrella of a national plan to prevent HAIs that was developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Pediatric primary care practitioners (PCPs) are reluctant to prescribe antidepressant medications to adolescent patients—even those with severe depression.
Now Called "Lippincott Procedures," Enhanced Product Supports Broad Range of Clinicians and Adds New Discipline Targeting Respiratory Therapists PHILADELPHIA, Jan.
Rates of unnecessary cesarean section and other potentially risky obstetric procedures show some significant differences between rural and urban hospitals in the United States.
Follow-up in older adults shows a high rate of anisometropia, or differing levels of visual abnormalities between eyes.
Hospitals vary in management of children with traumatic brain injury—particularly in monitoring and preventing the harmful effects of increased intracranial pressure (ICP).
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