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Tracking Computer-based Error Reports Improves Patient Safety, Hopkins Study Finds (Science Daily)
To err is human, but asking nurses, physicians and other hospital staff to report medication errors and log them into a computer database can help improve patient safety systems as well as human error rates, according to a study from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Voluntary error-reporting systems are not new, but few studies have looked at the accuracy of the reporting and its impact, the
System Designed To Stem Prescription-Drug Abuse (ChannelOklahoma)
OKLAHOMA CITY -- A new statewide database system will begin operating Saturday in an effort to stem an increase in prescription drug abuse, officials said.
Most effective antipsychotic drug has serious health consequences (EurekAlert!)
Patients who take clozapine, the most effective antipsychotic drug, have significantly higher rates of metabolic syndrome, according to a first-of-a-kind study by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers.
Diabetics at risk for cardiovascular diseases 15 years earlier (EARTHtimes.org)
Diabetes is known to contribute significantly to increased risks of cardiovascular diseases, and now a new study states exactly what the risk is; diabetics are likely to suffer from heart problems 15 years earlier than non-diabetics. Reported in The Lancet, a British medical journal, the study also estimates at what age an individual is likely to enter the 'high risk' category.
Post-Hoc Analyses of Phase II and International Phase III ITAX Trial Data Provide Insight to Axcan (SYS-CON Media)
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