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Some hospitals go too far with Ebola preparations

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014

Some hospitals are going beyond CDC recommendations in preparing to treat patients with Ebola, which could increase the risk of spreading the virus, researchers wrote in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The researchers wrote that preparations and care should be evidence-based and not driven by the media or mass hysteria. Medscape (free registration) (08/22)


Ohio hospital improves hand-washing compliance, reduces HAIs

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

CMS postpones data collection for sepsis quality measure

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014

Educating clinicians can improve sepsis outcomes

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

ICU physicians help save Houston Zoo orangutan

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

Ill. hospital opens roof-top garden for ICU families

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

Automated EHR alerts can cut catheter-associated UTIs, study says

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014

More physicians cite retirement as reason for leaving medicine

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014

Veterinarians try out experimental gel to stanch bleeding

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

Timing of admission linked to differences in pediatric leukemia care

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014


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