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Posts Tagged ‘surgery’

Feb
23

          Hospital-acquired infections, also called nosocomial infections, are usually ones that first appears three days after a patient is admitted to a hospital or other health-care facility.  About 5-10% of patients admitted to hospitals in the United States develop these particular infections and they are normally related to a procedure or treatment used to diagnose or treat the patient’s illness or injury.  Amazingly, approximately 25% of these infections can be prevented by Read more…

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Feb
10

          Not very long ago, I was the Administrator for a same-day orthopaedic surgery center.  I just loved it and never dreamt that one day we would have a sentinel event.  By sentinel event, I mean an event that is an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury, or the risk thereof.  Any such injury signals the need for immediate investigation and response.  Sure enough, after two and one half years on the job, the nightmare and horror of a wrong-site surgery emerged Read more…

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