The FDA warns manufacturers, healthcare providers, hospitals and patients that the “URGENT/11” security flaws may cause medical devices to malfunction.
MLMIC and NYSSOS Present Joint Patient Safety Program on Reducing Nerve Injuries in Joint Replacement Surgery
MLMIC and NYSSOS will host statewide CME events in October, November and December on reducing nerve injuries resulting from joint replacement surgery.
A recent study attributed over half of adverse events associated with surgical care to cognitive error. The study’s authors identified opportunities to enhance patient safety, including training staff to recognize common mental pitfalls.
New courses from the CDC are part of a free curriculum that includes over 40 training modules designed to address both the technical and foundational elements of healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention.