Norway has reported several deaths and some side effects in elderly people vaccinated with the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine.
All about Allergens for Hospitals provides nationally standardised training for food allergen management for food service in Australian hospitals.
Investing in a temperature-monitoring system will take the risk out of uncertainty and provide kitchen operations with the confidence and assurance needed to manage food safety compliance and risk.
Haines Medical SallySock Non-slip socks are single-patient-use non-slip socks designed to improve patient safety and confidence in getting up out of bed and walking as part of their recovery.
A recent forum held at the Leading Age Services Australia Tri-State Conference provided an opportunity for aged-care stakeholders to share tips on emergency preparation.
The 'be safe first' campaign advises consumers of the risks associated with cosmetic procedures, particularly those offered by unregistered practitioners.
GalvinCare demonstrates its Mental Health Anti-Ligature Safe-Connect Shower System, designed to be safe, aesthetically pleasing and easy to use.
Available in a variety of lengths, styles and finishes, the grab rails are designed for both domestic and commercial installations.
Experts from Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are warning Halloween party-goers and trick-or-treaters of the risks of novelty contact lenses.
Patients' health information could be better protected with the help of a newly issued privacy guide from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Communication and system consistency keep patients safe from crashing.
Firesafe technology operates automatically if an oxygen tube becomes ignited. Firebreaks stop the flow of oxygen, which extinguishes the fire in the oxygen tube.
A Canadian study has found that 95% of healthcare workers keep working after they start experiencing symptoms of infectious diseases, such as influenza.
For years, gynecologist and obstetrician Dr Emil Gayed, and the health system, failed his patients. We review the case and its implications for hospitals.
Sharps or needlestick injuries are a risk not only to healthcare workers, but anyone who comes into contact with them.