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Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) is the leading cause for sudden cardiac death. Initial patient management and stabilization are critical for saving lives!
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Research shows that uncontrolled pain has an adverse effect on our immune system. Continuous pain also appears to lower our body's ability to respond to stressful situations such as surgery, chemotherapy, and psychological stress.
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In what may prove to be the biggest shift in emergency care of cardiac arrest in 40 years, cities across the country are leading a move away from the familiar practice of using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
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Water. We take it for granted because it literally falls from the sky, but it’s actually the most important nutrient for the body. Even a healthy adult can only last three to five days without water, while the time span for survival without food is substantially longer.
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Health workers are sounding alarms about a widespread outbreak of norovirus, a gastrointestinal illness that federal disease experts say kills about 800 people annually nationwide…..
Highly contagious, the illness is often referred to as a stomach flu, but it is not caused by influenza. It is passed through person-to-person contact as well as by eating food or drinking liquid contaminated with the virus, health experts say.

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Gastrointestinal infections are killing more and more people in the United States and have become a particular threat to the elderly, according to new data released last week.
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Norovirus is the leading cause of infection outbreaks in hospitals throughout the country, a new study reveals.

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The aging of the American population and the healthcare issues that go with it are creating a demographic earthquake that will shake our current system of healthcare to the core.
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Pedagogy announces our new course Managing Norovirus in Healthcare Settings
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Default news teaser image More than a dozen serious medical errors were reported at Middle Tennessee hospitals over the past 3 years - and federal statistics indicate probably 80 more were not reported.

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