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This blog post discusses how an increasing number of hospitals across the nation are embracing capnography technology to increase patient safety.
This blog post discusses the option to use a PCA pause protocol that automatically blocks a patient's PCA infusion whenever the monitor detects the risk of oversedation, which could cause respiratory depression leading to extended hospital stays, emergency interventions and even death.
This blog post discusses a media report that calls attention to the importance of medication dispensing cabinets in protecting patients from medication errors.
This blog post discusses why hospitals must acknowledge the potential consequences of alarm fatigue and using smart alarm technology to combat it.
This blog post discusses projects developed by the San Diego Patient Safety Council, sponsored by the CareFusion Center for Safety and Clinical Excellence.
This blog post discusses the reasons for detecting and preventing drug diversion through technology, education and communication.
This blog post discusses the efforts underway to reduce sounding infusion alarms and other medical device alarms at the bedside for patient and family satisfaction.
This blog post discusses the consequences of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and how clinical associations are working to increase awareness on and prevent HAIs.
This blog post discusses a smaller invited conference on the medication use process, sponsored by the CareFusion Center for Safety and Clinical Excellence.
This blog post discusses an article published in the <em>New England Journal of Medicine</em> that examined major trends in the U.S. health economy since 1950 and how the federal government's funding of healthcare has increased over the years, which has greatly contributed to our budget deficits and national debt.