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  THIS JUST IN March 2011  

Cut costs, go green

A new study shows that implementing environmentally friendly practices in hospital facilities could reduce healthcare costs without compromising patient safety.

ICU CLABSIs on the decline

According to a new CDC report, an estimated 25,000 fewer central line-associated blood stream infections occurred in American ICUs in 2009 than in 2001—a 58% reduction.

2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparity reports released

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has released its 2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparity reports.

More than half of ED visits for drug reactions are older adults

According to a new Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration study, adults ages 50 and older make up 51.5% of ED visits related to adverse reactions to medications.


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Put a cap on community-acquired pneumonia
By Vicky P. Kent, PhD, RN, CNE

Family caregivers: Present and accounted for
By Jo Nell Wells, PhD, RN-BC, OCN, and Carolyn Spence Cagle, PhD, RNC

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Understanding care bundles
By Kim McCarron, MS, CRNP

The QT interval: How long is too long?
By Natalie K. Cox, RN

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