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How Tablets are Being Used During Surgery

Recently, Drs. Itaru Endo and Ryuesi, surgeons at Yokohama City University, teamed up with software developer Alexander Kohn from Fraunhofer MEVIS in Germany to develop a new iPad app.

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Tags: Healthcare Technology

An Approach to Preventing the Nightmare Bacteria

Frontline recently released a documentary called “Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria.” It details the accounts of three separate stories, happening in completely different parts of the world at the same time. All of these stories are connected by one thing: potentially deadly bacteria with no treatable medicines. Below is a very basic summary of the documentary along with a key takeaway from a disinfection standpoint.   

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Tags: Managing Disinfection, Healthcare Technology, Health Stats, Infection Prevention, Methods of Decontamination, Healthcare Acquired Infection, Healthcare, HAI

Common Concerns of Implementing Tablets in Healthcare

Smartphone and tablet use by healthcare practitioners continues to steadily increase as technology becomes more pervasive. Of Physicians, Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners and Physician’s Assistants surveyed in a recent Epocrates study, 84% reported using at least one kind of mobile technology in their practice, while almost 50% of all healthcare providers are utilizing tablets, smart phones, and computers as part of their job (Information Week, 2013).

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7 Ways iPads are Being Used in Healthcare

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A Closer Look at the Characteristics of Google Glass

Healthcare technology is continually evolving and adapting to trends that originate outside of the healthcare sector. Smartphones and tablets are now commonplace in many clinical environments, and these devices are being used for an increasing number of applications.

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The Importance of Disinfecting Tablets & Other High Touch Surfaces

Most people enter the hospital hoping to feel better after they leave, but for 1.7 million Americans every year, this simply isn’t the case. Hospital Acquired Infections, also called HAIs or nosocomial infections, are infections that a hospital patient can develop as a result of their hospital stay (Martin & McFerran, 2008). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that roughly 99,000 deaths each year are related to HAIs (Klevens et al., 2007). 

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Tags: Managing Disinfection, Healthcare Technology, Infection Prevention, Healthcare Acquired Infection, Healthcare, HAI, Health IT, BYOD, Tablet Disinfection

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