patient safety

  

Infections in nursing homes or rehabilitation facilities can be deadly

Facilities must watch for signs of infections, so doctors can treat them promptly

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Large teaching hospitals in medical centers rely on young, inexperienced doctors

When hospitals advertise their top-notch doctors, it doesn't necessarily mean that they'll be providing your care

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Use a hidden video camera to prevent nursing home abuse

Texas law allows patients the right to use video to monitor their rooms

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Protect against medical malpractice with a hospital journal

Preserve information about the health care that was provided

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Slim nursing staffing levels endanger patients

Some hospitals and facilities require one nurse to care for eight patients at a time

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What to do when nurses won't listen

Sometimes you have to be firm to get proper nursing and physician care

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Video: Avoiding a brain injury during a hospitalization

Some brain injuries are caused by poor hospital care - here is one way that you can lower your risk

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Video: Holiday seasons see an increase in dangerous hospital errors

If possible, do not have an elective surgery or hospitalization during the holiday season

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Patients beware: Physician care at rehabilitation facilities can be sparse

Some doctors believe seeing a patient once a month is enough

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How to spot life-threatening infections and sepsis

Hospitals need to make sure that their doctors and nurses are trained to spot and treat infections and sepsis

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