NursingFocus on Protecting Staff and Supplies as Coronavirus Concerns Grow
The CDC offers guidance on what personal proactive equipment healthcare workers should use when caring for a patient with coronavirus.
Clinical CareNovel Coronavirus: What Clinicians Should Know
Although most cases of novel coronavirus have been reported in China, cases have been reported in 26 countries, including the...
NursingEmergency Preparedness: Expect the Unexpected
No community is immune from disasters and emergencies. Here's how nurse leaders can do their best by planning for the...
Clinical CareCDC Increases Estimate of Deaths Linked to Antibiotic-Resistant Infections
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists 18 kinds of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and fungi that pose urgent, serious, or...
Clinical CareCDC Urges Pregnant Women to Get Vaccinated
Nearly two-thirds of expecting mothers have not received two recommended vaccines, according to a new report.
Vaccine Storage Too Often Fails To Meet Standards
Experts say most providers are vigilant in properly storing their vaccines, but a recent spate of problems related to improper...
Clinical Care4 Strategies to Prevent Stroke and Other Cardiovascular Disease Events
Healthcare organizations are being urged to help patients address cardiovascular disease risk factors such as hypertension and smoking.
Clinical CareMystery Still Swirling Around Acute Flaccid Myelitis
CDC official provides update on baffling neurological disorder that causes paralysis in one or more limbs.
NursingMandatory Flu Vaccines Increase Provider Vaccination Rates
Flu season is on its way, and experts agree that the vaccine is a must-have for healthcare providers.
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