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Lessons healthcare workers can learn from Ebola crisis in Dallas

According to reports, the patient is currently in isolation and listed in serious condition. As the story unfolded, it was discovered that the patient had presented to the hospital a few days prior with nondescript complaints. However,...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Beyond the death toll from Ebola across West Africa (3,865 deaths out of 8,033 confirmed cases according to the latest World Health Organization estimates), the outbreak of the deadly virus has also caused serious complications to the provisions of other types of healthcare....

source: The Washington Post

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that the agency would take new steps to help hospital workers protect themselves, providing more training and urging hospitals to run drills to practice dealing with potential Ebola patients. In response to the news that a...

source: The New York Times

Annie Henderson, 69, suffers from multiple chronic ailments, including kidney failure and mitral valve insufficiency. The later turned her life into a battle for breath, eliminating almost all activities and even making...

source: News-Medical

Among a variety of high risk, high reward investments for health systems, robotic surgery is emerging as a technology with lots of promise as well as conflicting evidence. Now that the Great Recession is behind and fears of the Affordable Care Act have eased, some clinical...

source: Healthcare Finance News

More than two-thirds of women who have had mastectomies struggle with persistent pain, but it doesn't have to be that way. Breast cancer patients who receive a common local anesthetic during surgery are less likely to experience chronic...

source: News-Medical

As healthcare professionals work in a hospital, they need a device that allows them to collect vital data on patients while also viewing X-rays and electronic health records (EHRs). Workplaces like hospitals are become more mobile, and the portability of tablets provides...

source: Tech Page One

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