Paul Combs August 2015 cartoon.
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Many see themselves not as survivors, but as victims from not only what medical or traumatic event has befallen them, but also by everything about them—including their friends, family, the medical community and Gilligan’s Island reruns.
Incorporating subtle, unexpected clues during assessment simulations can help students stray from their assessment blueprint and trust their gut.
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Researchers attempt to correlate cerebral oxygenation and return of spontaneous circulation by using a device that performs cerebral near-infrared spectroscopy.
Study shows new metric can reliably show how a patient whose vital signs are normal can be going into hemorrhagic shock.
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If you’re serving in a leadership role, from time to time you’ll find yourself invited to speak at a community function.