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3. Changing medical simulation with 3-D printing

From May 11: The 3-D printing movement has been featured in countless articles and media describing the changes it will bring to manufacturing, technology and the world. But what can we expect to see in the medical simulation community? Currently, the majority of medical...

source: By David Escobar
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Healthcare is one of the most dynamic industries. Not only are new discoveries, modalities, equipment...

source: By Joan Spitrey

Every minute of every day, three Americans call a poison control center because they've made a major mistake with their medication. Some have taken the wrong dose. Some have double-dosed, and others have taken the wrong medicine altogether. The result: the rate of serious...

source: HealthDay News

Stanford Medicine is using a new software system that combines imaging from MRIs, CT scans and angiograms to create a three-dimensional model that clinicians and patients can see and manipulate — just like a virtual reality game. Created by the Colorado startup Surgical...

source: Stanford Medicine

U.S. hospitals and health systems are increasingly adopting patient engagement technology to enhance their care quality and drive outcomes, according to two separate reports from the American Hospital Association's Hospital & Health Networks...

source: PatientEngagementHIT.com

Does music help or hinder performance in the operating room (OR)? Recent Medscape articles have debated whether music in the OR is helpful and relaxing for staff or a distraction that can result in surgical error and bad patient outcomes. Brandon Cohen investigated the vast...

source: Medscape (free login required)

The controversial practice has been standard in many teaching hospitals for decades, its safety and ethics largely unquestioned and its existence unknown to those most affected: people undergoing surgery. But over the past two years, the issue of overlapping surgery —...

source: Kaiser Health News via U.S. News & World Report

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