Niagara Health used the Vocera Platform to provide physicians, nurses, and other staff members with a standard means to communicate that could also allow them to seek assistance, and conserve PPE while minimising the spread of infectious disease.
Hand hygiene is well recognised as one of the most effective initiatives to protect patients from healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
Con-Serv's Hideaway Mounting System allows accessible fittings such as grab rails to be installed, removed and re-installed as required.
A South Australian general practitioner, Dr Brian Geoffrey Holder, has received a 25-year ban by the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
Moving emergency care patients to other hospital departments by wheelchair or trolley is prone to a high rate of mishaps.
Available in a variety of lengths, styles and finishes, the grab rails are designed for both domestic and commercial installations.
The correction addresses identified potential health risks related to the polyester-based polyurethane sound abatement foam in specific sleep and respiratory care devices.
Given the heightened vulnerability of patients to food-borne illness, there is no margin for error when it comes to food safety.
A campaign highlighting the need for employers and the community to come together to stamp out violence in the workplace has been launched by WorkSafe Victoria.
GPs play an important role in responding to family abuse and violence, and are often the first point of contact for people who are experiencing family abuse or violence.
We explore the safety profiles of the Pfizer–BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines.
The Con-Serv Friction Slide Grab Rail Handset Cradle (HC 932 C) is specifically designed for people with weakened or arthritic grip.
The report finds that Trump's health policies may have killed more than one million Americans.
Osteoporosis Australia has announced an official rebrand and the launch of an educational resource hub to reinforce the importance of fracture prevention.
A newly formed coalition of health and technology experts is calling on the Australian Parliament to force Big Tech companies to reveal the true extent of COVID-19 misinformation.