Post Profile

Can you cut lab costs and make your patients happier? Here’s how.

There are few worse ways to wake a person than with a needle stick in the arm to draw blood. If you have ever spent the night in a hospital, chances are the first thing that happened in the morning was a vampiric nurse or lab technician, following doctor’s orders, standing over your bed and […]
read more


Related Posts

HSS Researchers Identify New Imaging Findings and Treatment for Patients With Parsonage-Turner Syndrome

Health : Newswise Medical News

Physicians at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) have been studying patient outcomes of Parsonage-Turner Syndrome (PTS), a neurological disorder that results in a sudden paralysis of one or more muscles around the shoulder and arm.

Lives of patients with acute heart attack saved by blood pressure cuff

Health : Medical News Today

In patients with an acute heart attack, remote ischemic conditioning - intermittent inflation of a blood pressure cuff to cut off blood flow to the arm during transportation to hospital for acute balloon dilatation - reduces subsequ...

Sphere Medical’s Real-Time In-Line Blood Analyzer Gets a Go in Europe

Industries / Medical : medGadget

It’s often important to monitor the various levels of analytes in a hospitalized patient’s blood. This normally requires blood draws that are then placed in a nearby device or are sent to the hospital’s lab for analysis, a process t...

Reducing Blood Transfusions Improves Patient Safety and Cuts Costs

Health : Newswise Medical News

A study has demonstrated how hospitals can improve patient safety and cut costs by reducing the number of blood transfusions.

Well Blog: Practicing on Patients

Health : NYTimes: Health

Nurse Theresa Brown had to learn how to stick patients with needles and draw blood, a skill that required practicing on patients.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC