Changing a culture takes time, a strategy and support.
Changes made to prescriptions during intensive care should be reassessed after discharge, study finds.
FDA links rare cancer to textured breast implants and urges women to monitor themselves for possible symptoms.
Hospitals put a lot of effort into encouraging good hand hygiene among staff. But findings about multidrug-resistant organisms suggest a new frontier for preventing transmission.
Putting patients on aspirin following a knee replacement is a safe, cost-effective alternative to anticoagulants, U-M researchers find.
PICCs should be reserved for long-term use, but a new study shows 1 in 4 are inserted for five days or less with 1 in 10 of these leading to device-related complications.