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Caring for patients on COVID-19 units: an approach for hospitals

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Caring for patients on COVID-19 units: an approach for hospitals Caring for patients on COVID-19 units: an approach for hospitals Credit: CC0 Public Domain Toronto and Spanish physicians describe in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) an approach to create dedicated COVID-19 patient units, infection control protocols and care teams to …

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    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services

    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services

    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services (HealthDay)—In 2018, half of U.S. hospitals had the capacity to conduct telehealth-based outpatient visits, while only one in four had tele-intensive care unit (tele-ICU) capabilities, according to a …

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      SHEA helps hospitals navigate legal aspects of antibiotic stewardship programs

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      SHEA helps hospitals navigate legal aspects of antibiotic stewardship programs SHEA helps hospitals navigate legal aspects of antibiotic stewardship programs Credit: CC0 Public Domain The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America today released a white paper outlining strategies for documenting the recommendations of antibiotic stewardship programs (ASP) and clarifying the …

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        UK tests use of drone to deliver supplies to hospitals

        UK tests use of drone to deliver supplies to hospitals

        UK tests use of drone to deliver supplies to hospitals UK tests use of drone to deliver supplies to hospitals The “Wingracers ULTRA” drone parked by the runway at Solent Airport, in Lee-on-the-Solent, England, Tuesday, May 12, 2020. Britain is testing the use of a car-sized drone to deliver medical …

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