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Updated warnings on fluoroquinolones, new diabetes drug approved

Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and approvals.
15 Oct 2016

The new, improved M&M

Morbidity and mortality conferences are starting to be seen more as a potential opportunity to address patient safety issues and reduce preventable errors than as education- and blame-oriented.
15 Jul 2018

FDA releases plan on artificial intelligence software

Recalls, updates, and approvals.
15 Mar 2021

New device for strokes due to PFO

Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and approvals
15 Jan 2017

1 in 5 inpatient antibiotic regimens results in adverse drug event

Researchers also looked at whether the prescribed antibiotics were clinically indicated and found that 19% of them were not, most commonly due to treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria or noninfectious lower respiratory tract conditions.
21 Jun 2017

Infusion sets, heparin recalled

Recalls, warnings, and approvals.
15 Oct 2020

Regionalized care teams may not lead to improvements in patient safety, study finds

Researchers found no significant difference in preventable adverse events but did find improvement in nurses' and interns' communication about patients' expected discharge dates and daily care plans.
2 Mar 2016

COVID-19 stalls progress made against antimicrobial resistance in U.S.

Antimicrobial-resistant infections and deaths related to hospitalization both increased by at least 15% during the first year of the pandemic, according to a recent CDC report.
20 Jul 2022

To err is human … to not plan for it is trouble

Hospitals should always work to prevent serious or fatal medical errors, but they also need to have a plan in place for what to do if an error occurs. Chances are, it will happen eventually.
15 Dec 2008

Non-opioid combo offers similar pain control to 3 opioid combos in ED after 2 hours

Patients with moderate to severe acute extremity pain were randomly assigned to receive ibuprofen and acetaminophen, oxycodone and acetaminophen, hydrocodone and acetaminophen, or codeine and acetaminophen.
15 Nov 2017

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