Eating canned food raises BPA levels
A new study by Harvard researchers found that people who ate one serving of canned food daily over the course of five days had a tenfold increase of bisphenol-A (BPA) in their blood.
The Joint Commission offers free guide to working with LGBT patients
A downloadable field guide from the Joint Commission urges U.S. hospitals to create a more welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment that contributes to improved healthcare quality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) patients and their families.
New FDA webpage promotes safe sharps disposal
A new FDA webpage provides tips for consumers to safely dispose of needles and other sharp devices that are used outside of healthcare settings.
Improving palliative care in emergency medicine
IPAL-EM offers a central portal for sharing essential expertise, evidence, and tools, as well as practical resources, to assist clinicians and administrators with the successful integration of palliative care and emergency medicine.
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Getting "hip" to hip hemiarthroplasty
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Focus on central venous pressure monitoring in an acute care setting
Patricia L. Burchell, BSN, RN, SANE-A, and Kelly A. Powers, BSN, RN