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Default news teaser image More than two-dozen hospitals in Alabama are turning to technology to monitor staff hand washing efforts with a goal of minimizing healthcare-associated infections.
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New Class: EKG | 4/24/2012
Pedagogy, Inc., a national provider of online continuing education and training courses for nurses and other health care professionals, is very pleased to announce an important new course on EKG Recognition authored by Kevin Stansbury MBA, BS, RN, VA-BC.

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Default news teaser image Better training needed to avoid false diagnoses
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Across the country, 1 in 6 hospitals has high rates of one of the most serious kinds of preventable infections — those caused by catheters inserted into large veins, according to new data published by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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There are eight ways nurses can improve their success rate for IV starts in patients, including the old adage that practice makes perfect.
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A new study found that continuous infusion of inotropic medication can be safely administered at home or in hospice to patients with terminal heart failure as part of a plan to provide them with a better quality of life during end stages.
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For most patients, the nurse becomes the primary contact in the medical world.
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Default news teaser image The qualitative study found that the approaches used by palliative care staff were multifaceted, with physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and existential care interwoven in caregiving activities. 
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Default news teaser image The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is setting aside $128 million for organizations that collaborate with nursing homes to establish programs that prevent residents from going back to hospitals within a month.
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Default news teaser image Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses often have interchangeable responsibilities in nursing homes, which can lead to more medication errors, according to newly announced results of a study.
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