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Yao, Stephanie - - 2011
Bloodworth, Kerry - - 2011
A new approach: The Productive Ward, facilitates removal of time wastage in a busy modern hospital. The lessons learnt from this system are potentially generic and can be applied to other departments, such as in the operating theatres. Inherent to this innovative approach are the 'lean' principles that are now ...
Ellis, Harold - - 2011
The parathyroid endocrine glands, usually four in number and about the size of a split pea, lie on either side of the posterior aspect of the thyroid gland. Occasionally one or more of these structures are found in an aberrant position in the neck or even in the superior mediastinum. ...
Huntley, James - - 2011
Debridement--the surgical excision of dead and contaminated tissue--is an important component of the management of open wounds and fractures. Key components in the evolution of modern technique of wound management were:
Lipp, Allyson - - 2011
This article examines the evidence base for the use of microbial sealant as a skin preparation prior to surgery. Firstly, using the steps of evidence-based practice the use of cyanoacrylate as a microbial sealant was explored. Next the evidence regarding the use of cyanoacrylate based microbial sealant was sought and ...
Ewart, Luke - - 2011
This article examines some of the evidence to identify the incidence of awareness with explicit recall following general anaesthesia and whether this incidence is reduced through monitoring of the bispectral index (BIS). It can be concluded from the results of these studies that the use of a protocol to guide ...
Petasnick, William - - 2011
O'Connor, Stephen - - 2011
Schreiber, Naalla - - 2011
Callahan, Daniel - - 2011
Paterson, Ron - - 2011
Menzel, Paul - - 2011
Plantz, Diane - - 2011
Sconyers, Jeffrey - - 2011
Veatch, Robert - - 2011
Ubel, Peter - - 2011
Callahan, Daniel - - 2011
Malmqvist, Erik - - 2011
Henness, Elizabeth - - 2011
White, Yvonne - - 2011
San Miguel, - - 2011
Background: Intradialytic hypotension is a frequent haemodialysis complication.
Tranter, Shelley - - 2011
Aim: With changes to workforce patterns and models of care delivery there has been a renewed interest in the enrolled nurse and enrolled nurse positions have been introduced into a number of New South Wales (NSW) haemodialysis units. The authors sought to identify i) the prevalence of enrolled nurses in ...
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