Medication errors happen in any clinical environment, whether this is primary care, specialist consultations or hospital care in all its departments. Adverse events due to the medication supplied to the patient occurs because health professionals are human beings and,...
Intravenous infusion pumps are an essential in any hospital, as they are used in practically all departments. This means the devices are subject to significant wear and tear. And technological advances mean many models are now obsolete. A moment comes when, whether...
Getting patients on their feet, unless otherwise recommend by the doctor, is a key element of recovery during hospital stays. In many trauma operations, such as hip replacements, the patient’s path to getting back on their feet begins in the operating theatre itself....
The work done by nursing staff in a hospital is subject to significant amounts of stress. Although hospitalised patients receive care with different characteristics in the different units of the hospital, there is a need for good organisation in all areas that allows...
The use of intravenous infusion pumps in hospitalisation is fairly general given its advantages over the traditional infusion system by simple gravity, precise control of the infusion flow, interruption alarms or blocking etc., and the need of many hospitalised...
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