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Are We Pushing Graduate Nurses Too Fast?

Although the nurse's error in setting up the CRRT machine was not the direct cause of the patient's death, it did raise many questions. CRRT is a high-risk procedure that is handled differently by different hospitals.

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ADHD And Sleeplessness: A Critical Link?

Researchers suggest that there may be a stronger link between ADHD and sleep problems than hitherto believed, and that the two may not be completely separate issues after all. Data reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that approximately 11 percent of children aged 4 to 17 are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the United States.

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Data Breaches More Likely At Large Teaching Hospitals

Large health care providers and teaching hospitals face a greater risk of having their medical records compromised by hackers, researchers say in a new study. The researchers, reviewed nearly 1,800 data breaches reported in the past seven years and found vulnerabilities increase with the size of a hospital.

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All Good Doctors Listen To Nurses

Medicine, what a noble profession. As the keepers of human health and longevity, we are entrusted with a huge but solemn responsibility. It’s an ancient artwork, passed through the generations from pre-antiquity, hand in hand from physician to physician.

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