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Nurturing positive nurse-physician relationships

When it comes to patient care, both nurses and physicians are crucial to the delivery of positive medical outcomes. In terms of the relationship between the members of nursing and medical teams, seamless cooperation and communication are what make the team approach truly...

source: By Keith Carlson
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Patient volume and acuity play a role in a nurse's ability to provide optimal care, but they aren't the only factors, a new study shows. Researchers at The Ohio State University found that a nurse's "subjective workload" — which could include everything from the mental...

source: HealthLeaders Media

In the results of a study presented at the 2018 American Society of Anesthesiology meeting, postpartum pain, rather than labor pain, was related to postpartum depression. Previous studies have suggested a link between epidural analgesia...

source: Clinical Advisor

Surgeons have prescribed opioids at rate that's nearly four times what patients actually use, according to a new study. An analysis published Nov. 7 in JAMA Surgery found surgical patients used only about 27 percent of the opioid prescription...

source: Modern Healthcare

Young children who had surgical procedures with general anesthesia prior to primary school entry did not have an increased risk of detectable adverse neurodevelopment outcomes compared with their siblings who did not have surgery, according to a Canadian analysis. The study...

source: MedPage Today

When it comes to patient care, both nurses and physicians are crucial to the delivery of positive medical...

source: By Keith Carlson


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