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TSA Eases Screening Procedures For Travelers Over 75

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 | Permalink

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TSA Eases Screening Procedures For Travelers Over 75

How Virtual Care is transforming healthcare

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 | Permalink

Stay in the loop. Track our RSS feed. Join us on Facebook. Follow iMedicalApps on Twitter! Mobile medical app reviews & commentary by medical professionals. submit another app. App Name. Operating system/platform. Choose a platform …. Thumbnail image for Qualcomm announces major breakthrough for connected medical devices #mHS11 · Qualcomm … Thumbnail image for Why mobile medical devices are no longer optional, interview with Eric Yablonka …

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WHO Compendium 2011 of New and Emerging Health Technologies

Sunday, March 11th, 2012 | Permalink

XING Google Group Twitter RSS … CSC Announces Pocket Health iPhone App · Dell Simplifies Sharing, Management and Retention of Medical Imaging Data for UK Hospitals · GE, Microsoft Share Plans for New Joint Venture, Caradigm · Industry Supports European Commission in Strengthening Medical Devices Legislation · Medway is First to Implement Advanced Health & Care’s Advanced Community System · Agfa HealthCare at ECR 2012 · Web-Based Support …

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Injury and Hazards in Home Healthcare Nursing are a Growing Concern

Sunday, November 13th, 2011 | Permalink

“Although professionally and personally rewarding for many, home care nursing can be both physically and emotionally demanding. Our study findings suggest that home healthcare work may be dangerous for nurses who work in this setting. These types of injuries are serious as they can result in infection with bloodborne pathogens, such as hepatitis and HIV.” — Robyn Gershon, DrPH, professor of clinical Sociomedical Sciences Injury and Hazards in Home Healthcare Nursing are a Growing Concern October 1, 2009 — Patients continue to enter home healthcare ‘‘sicker and quicker,” often with complex health problems that may require extensive nursing care.

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We had a needle stick. What do we do now?

Sunday, November 13th, 2011 | Permalink

Coping with OSHA We had a needle stick. What do we do now?

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We had a needle stick. What do we do now?