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Best Practices for Changing IV Tubing

Best Practices for Changing IV Tubing

When it comes to administering IV fluids to patients, it is every healthcare provider’s goal to protect patients from the risks associated with IVs, with infection being a primary concern. Considering this goal, everything is done to give patients the best chance of recovery. Following best practices for changing IV tubing gives patients that chance for a quick and healthy recovery.

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Communication Styles in the Workplace

Communication Styles in the Workplace

By Ibby Smith Stofer

I invite you to do a communication styles assessment with me to reveal your style and maybe your age.

To begin, please close your eyes and try to empty your mind for these few moments. I promise this is nothing like those shows where you are hypnotized and embarrassed when you find out what you did. PROMISE!

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Effective Strategies To Increase Patient Safety

Effective Strategies To Increase Patient Safety

One of the values most often attributed to the medical field is the aspiration to “do no harm” to any patient. However, despite the best efforts of medical facilities, many potential hazards can get in the way of patient health and safety. To create effective strategies to increase patient safety, facilities must identify and address these hazards.

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Med One Industry Insights - Brad Johnson

Med One Industry Insights - Brad Johnson

By Dani Vaughan

In the next video of our Med One Industry Insights series, we sat down and talked medical equipment rental with Brad Johnson. As the SVP and General Manager of Equipment Rental, he was able to bring some unique perspectives about the benefits of renting equipment and the benefits of having Med One as a rental partner.

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Reasons To Update Your Medical Equipment

Reasons To Update Your Medical Equipment

Innovation is critical in the medical field. With its help, we can find new ways to meet a whole host of patient needs. Without innovation, however, we stagnate or become ineffective. This is true of strategies and procedures, but also the equipment medical staff use to treat patients. If you haven’t assessed your equipment recently, read through these primary reasons to update your medical equipment.

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Feed Pumps: Selecting Size and Setting Feed Rate

Feed Pumps: Selecting Size and Setting Feed Rate

Those using enteral feeding pumps range from adults with esophageal cancer to premature newborns. Because there is such a wide variety of reasons and patients that use them, when it comes to feeding pumps, selecting sizes and setting feed rates is both a challenge and an absolute necessity.

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