Six Mistakes That Make Pressure Sores More Likely In Patients Who Are Bedridden

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Pressure sores or bed sores can be a significant problem for patients who are on bed rest for extended periods of time. These sores are not merely unpleasant and uncomfortable for patients, but they can often also create worrisome complications if they lead to infections in the skin. The risk of a patient experiencing complications because of pressure sores can be minimized if the following six mistakes are avoided. Keeping the skin too moist…

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Two Forms Of Anesthesia And When Your Vet May Use Them On Your Pet

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If your pet needs to undergo a procedure at the veterinary clinic, your vet may use one, two, or both types of veterinary anesthesia systems. The two different forms of anesthesia delivered by machine serve different purposes with ultimately the same results. If you are concerned about how your vet will anesthetize your pet, here is a little more information on the two types of anesthetic delivery machines and when your vet might use them on your pet.…

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Cardiology Practices: Update with Your Patients' Filing System Now

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If your cardiology practice still uses paper files or charts to keep records of your patients’ care and treatment, update your system now. Your current system might not be sufficient enough to protect your patients’ information or your practice. Here’s why it’s important to update your practice’s filing system and how. Why Do You Need to Update Your Filing System? Although traditional charting and filing systems can keep records of your patients’ insurance, medical, and personal information, fire, water, and other unforeseen problems can damage the files.…

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