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New cardiac monitor process reduces alarm fatigue in hospitals

A hospital monitor alarm can save a patient's life, as a single beep or high-pitched wail spurs doctors and nurses into action. However, the chorus of alarms that go off in the typical hospital ward can be mind-numbing to healthcare workers....

source: By Lynn Hetzler
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The American Heart Association calls a healthy diet and lifestyle "your best weapons to fight cardiovascular disease," especially when it comes to high blood pressure, heart disease's most detrimental risk factor. A recent paper featured in the British Medical Journal suggests...

source: Medical Daily

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source: CBC News

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source: WPTV-TV

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source: PBS NewsHour

A hospital monitor alarm can save a patient's life, as a single beep...

source: By Lynn Hetzler


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