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High Customizability Increases Risk for PCA Errors

September 2015

Standardizing dosing on patient-controlled analgesia devices can effectively manage acute pain for most people, a new study suggests.
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  • High Customizability Increases Risk for PCA Errors

    September 2015

    Standardizing dosing on patient-controlled analgesia devices can effectively manage acute pain for most people, a new study suggests.
    read more

  • Study Finds Three Good Predictors for Poor CSM Postsurgery ...

    August 2015

    The combination of a narrowed spinal canal, T1 hypointensity signal change on magnetic resonance imaging, and a low score on the modified Japanese Orthopedic Association scale are the best predictors for poor postsurgery outcomes for cervical spondylotic myelopathy at six months, according to a new ...
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  • CQI Interventions Improve Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair ...

    August 2015

    Clinical quality improvement interventions resulted in shorter hospital length of stay and postanesthesia care unit time, as well as narcotic analgesics requirements in patients undergoing laparoscopic ventral hernia repair, according to recent study.
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