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Space Kills: First Responders Needed on May 4th

Space Kills: First Responders Needed on May 4th

Exploring the next frontier while mastering ninja-like tricks is fun… until someone’s arm gets cut off with an electric sword. All Earth healers are urged to act as first responders and ensure their spacecraft or portable communication device is equipped with PEPID....

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CVST with Thrombocytopenia following J&J COVID-19 Vaccine

Immediate pause in the use of J&J COVID-19 Vaccine As of April 13, the CDC and FDA called for an immediate a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine to investigate six U.S. cases of a rare and severe blood clot cerebral venous sinus thrombosis...

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Tools that Improve Patient Safety

During Patient Safety Awareness Week, we're highlighting fast and easy-to-use tools that improve patient safety at the point-of-care to avoid ADRs, improve patient education, & verify clinical conditions.March 14-20 is Patient Safety Awareness Week. Patient Safety...

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11 Tips For First-Year Residents

11 Tips for First-Year Residents: You matched! After earning your bachelor’s, completing medical school, acing your residency application, and nailing your residency interview, you now are getting ready for the next phase in your medical training: residency.With Match...

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Thank A Resident Day

Thank a Resident Day is February 26, 2021 Thank A Resident Day was initiated by the Gold Humanism Honor Society in 2018 to honor residents for their hard work and dedication to providing excellent patient care. Residents serve as an integral part of the healthcare...

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PEPID in 2020: A Year in Review

PEPID in 2020: A Year in Review 2020 is a year to remember, no doubt. Amidst government-mandated lock-downs, spikes in COVID-19 cases, and a roll-out of multiple COVID vaccines, the PEPID Team has continued to innovate and update PEPID products to support professional...

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The Obesity Epidemic

Let's take a moment in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic, to discuss one of the other major issues within America today: the obesity epidemic. Obesity is the term used when a person is grossly overweight. This is determined by analyzing body mass index (BMI) or a...

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COVID-19: Where We Are Now?

10 Months Later On March 11, 2020, The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, a global pandemic. 10 months after being declared a global emergency, the pandemic in the United States of America is seeing record-breaking...

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Preparing for Holiday Catastrophes with PEPID

The holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year, but that’s not always the case. In fact, for some the holiday season could mean it’s time to deck the halls with gauze and band-aids. In 100 hospitals spread throughout the U.S., The Consumer Product Safety...

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3 Ways Coronavirus Disease 2019 has Changed Health Care

Throughout a few short weeks, we saw the entire world shut down in an attempt to limit the spread of the deadly coronavirus or COVID-19. As this occurred, many aspects of life were affected. Here in the United States one of the major industries impacted by COVID was...

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Why you should skip the web search for medical images

Although the world wide web is an excellent resource for finding restaurants, ordering products, and learning about your latest hobby, it is not reliable or credible as a medical reference, even as a quick image search. Evidence-based, peer-reviewed tools are...

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Occupational Stressors of ED Physicians

The Double-edged Sword In the field of medicine, the Emergency Department presents a unique working environment that doesn’t quite compare with other clinical settings. It can be looked at as a double-edged sword. On one hand, the ED offers prestigious, high value,...

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Consequences of the Consolidation of Health Care

Is the consolidation of health care and its bureaucracy getting in the way of patient treatment and physician happiness? Health care professionals know that the system in which they work has become more complex than ever before. Health care policy, insurance,...

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Stress in the ICU During COVID-19

ICU Stress Pre-Covid It is no secret that the critical care working environment heads higher stressors than most professional settings. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, studies found roughly 1 in every 2 ICU professionals reported moderate stress during their normal...

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7 Reasons You Need PEPID

It takes a lot to provide patient-centered, evidence-based care. From dosing calculations to uncommon conditions, even the most seasoned clinician can benefit from a tool designed for the 10-second triple-check. That's exactly what PEPID specialty-specific clinical...

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