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Engineering firm looks to make ICUs more like airplane cockpits

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

A Philadelphia engineering company is studying whether hospital ICUs can be designed to be more like airplane cockpits, which have streamlined and integrated information flow. Researcher Keith Karn said having pieces of equipment that are scattered about and do not communicate with each other force them to compete for attention from nurses and physicians. WHYY-TV/WHYY-FM (Philadelphia) (07/20)


Study: Following TBI guidelines may not reduce mortality

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2015

Choosing Wisely campaign adds 5 NICU tests, treatments

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

Many hospitals miscalculate their compliance with stroke care guidelines

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2015

Bleeding-control patch gains FDA clearance

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

Macrolide-resistant Mycoplasma pneumoniae spreads across U.S.

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

Medical groups issue guidelines for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

Telemedicine robot to be rolled out in Houston medical center

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015

Study: 43% of medical staff improperly remove protective gear

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2015

Measure to use telehealth to boost care access of Medicare patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2015


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