Tag: "mistakes" at medical news

Do Deaths Of Babies From Birth Asphyxia Vary Depending On When They Are Born?

...e may vary at different times. They indicate that mistakes may be mitigated with the greater use of shiftwork, but they stress that shifts need to be carefully designed to avoid the excessive disruption of circadian rhythms (upsetting the body clock) and consequent fatigue. Stewart et al conclude that greate...

New Report Demonstrates That Following Guidelines Improves Clinical Practices, Reduces Liability Costs

...nd diagnostic error, in an effort to reducemedical mistakes and improve patient safety. "For more than two decades, MMI has been at the forefront of helping healthcareproviders understand relationships among practice patterns, patient outcomes andliability claims experience," said Laura Morlock, Ph.D., Profe...

Remembering Your Medications: Older Are Wiser

... busy, not being old, is what leads people to make mistakes in takingtheir medications," says Denise C. Park, ...on error during the twomonths studied. Of all the mistakes that were made, more than 98 percent wereerrors of omission; only 1.2 percent took an extra dose. Pe...

The Visible Humans: Coming Of Age

... surgical procedure in a virtual environment where mistakes do not adversely affect patients--just as flight simulators have revolutionized airline safety," said Ackerman. Recyclable Cadaver. One of the most promising outcomes of the Visible Human database is the ability to allow for repeated dissection. ...

6,000 Pharmaceutical Scientists Convene November 15-19 In San Francisco

...f their recommendations to curb the probability of mistakes are currently being reviewed by the FDA. Impact of High Altitude on Drug Efficacy -- Those who enjoy traveling to exotic locations, beware. The latest research shows that staying at hig...

World's Premier Pharmaceutical Scientists Share Latest R&D Findings

...f their recommendations to curb the probability of mistakes are currently being reviewed by the FDA. Impact of High Altitude on Drug Efficacy -- Those who enjoy traveling to exotic locations, beware. The latest research shows that staying at high altitudes for more than 24 hours can alter the effect of drug...

Discovery: Experiments Confirm Novel Eye Pigment Controls Circadian Rhythm

...ks have told them that it is timeto slow down, and mistakes are more likely," Sancar said. Jet lag follows the discrepancy between local time and a passenger'scircadian time, which was in tune with the day and night cycle of the departurepoint. Also, breast cancer rates have climbed this century with ...

The Whole Truth From Five-Year-Olds

...ention to a storycharacter, the test sidesteps two mistakes commonamong even the best prosecutors. In an attempt to get their young victims todemonstrate an understanding of the truth andlies, prosecutors tend to ask children to definewords or explain the difference between them. Inthe pressure of a courtroom...

UCSF Cancer Center joins elite group of National Cancer Institute-designated centers

...ing work opened thedoors for exploring the genetic mistakes that cause cancer, forming the basisfor some of the most important cancer research happening today. The UCSF Cancer Center, comprised of 260 members representing basic, clinicaland population scientists, has 13 program areas, ten of which are organi...

Are the signs of dyslexia in a newborn baby?

...the University of Sheffield, isconcerned that such mistakes would cause unnecessary worry for children andparents. Nevertheless, he believes Molfese is on the right track. He says astudy in which the children are grouped at birth on the basis of their brainwaves, rather than later after reading problems devel...

Elderly less likely than other adults to have economic problems

... knowledge -- they have learned from their own mistakes and those of others and they know how to livefrugally," he said. Another important finding was that marriage provided a large financial advantage to ...

Psychologist finds low-cost methods to prevent pharmacy mistakes

Pharmacy errors and medical mistakes have been making headlines recently, even promptin... getting national attention for his work to reduce mistakes at the corner drug store. Grasha is working with six corporations to conduct field tests of procedur...

Computerized prescription system reduces errors caused by bad handwriting

... "POE can all but eliminate one of the most common mistakes made by physicians: errors caused by bad or illegible handwriting," he said. Besides creating a legible, date- and time-stamped order that the pharmacy and pathology can clearly read, there are other advantages to the POE: 1) Speed of order delivery...

Process may help scientists find new antibacterial drugs

...y do that until a bacterial enzyme comes along and mistakes it for a substrate, a material chemically modified by the enzyme. When the enzyme uses the beta-lactam, the ring snaps open, disabling the enzyme and effectively killing the bacteria." After decades of overuse of penicillin and other popular antibiot...

The Lancet Oncology and The Lancet Infectious Diseases

... crude nuclear devices, it is likely that the same mistakes will be repeated. We may never fully realise the true human cost of military advancement.' REVIEWS The evolution of tamoxifen therapy in breast cancer: selective oestrogen-receptor modulators and downregulators Use of minimally invasive oesophag...

Junior doctors need training to reduce prescribing errors

...s of human error (used to understand the causes of mistakes made in high-risk industries) are being used in he...specialist registrars and a medical student. Most mistakes were made because of slips in attention, or because prescribers did not apply relevant rules. Doctor...

Cervical tissue changes may explain false negative pap smears

...ve Pap smears include poor cell sample collection, mistakes in transferring cells to slides and human error in evaluating the collected cells....

Medical mistakes under the microscope

...to the dangers that patients face from health care mistakes and mishaps, and spurred a movement to increase patient safety. Now, a new book picks up where the IOM left off, diagnosing the persistent causes of medical errors and offering new ways to think about errors from top experts. Titled "Medical Error: W...

Annals of Internal Medicine, tip sheet, July 16, 2002

...avenous line. The article discusses how individual mistakes and weaknesses in the hospital's systems led to the error, and describes how the hospital responded....

Virus that can infect both mice and humans is driven to extinction with cancer drug

...DNA sequence. Yet, the process is error-prone, as mistakes occur during replication when the genome sequence is read and transcribed, resulting in mutations in the viral genome. Capitalizing on the viruses' tendency to make errors during the replicating process, the investigators tested two types of mutati...

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