"Don't Forget About Us and Give Up on Us," "Care Team: Warrior Transition Program" and more - Landstuhl Hospital Care Project"s 1st Quarter 2014 Newsletter is out. View and print out a couple of copies to share. http://www.landstuhlhospitalcareproject.org/news/ #charity #military
Pedagogy Online #CEU Acute Care Campus Newsletter for March 2014: Learn about Vein Illuminators, Handwashing vs. Hand sanitizers in Norovirus prevention, Recalled Trach tubes and more. Read all about it here: http://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Acute-Care-Campus/Student-Union/Newsletter-Archives/March-2014-Hand-Washing-vs-Hand-Sanitizer-in-the-F.aspx?cmp=H14
Patients go to a hospital to get better, not to get an additional infection that makes them sicker or even kills them. Yet every day more than 200 Americans will die from an infection they developed during their hospital stay, notes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And although the CDCâs newest data show some improvement in the number of these hospital-acquired infections, they are still a major problem. According to the governmentâs survey of 183 hospitals in 2011, â¦
The list price of a total hip implant increased nearly 300 percent from 1998 to 2011, according to Orthopedic Network News, a newsletter about the industry. That is a result, economists say, of how American medicine generally sets charges: without government regulation or genuine marketplace competition.