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Challenging the six-hour recommendation for reprocessing sterilizable medical equipment.

At present, reprocessing of sterilizable medical equipment is recommended to be initiated within 6 h after completion of surgery, to ensure that the quality of the instruments does not deteriorate. A literature search showed a lack of evidence for consequences that may occur if medical personnel deviate from the standard 6 h sterilization protocol.


POWERING DOWN Retirement Strategies for Medical Equipment.

Plague Masks: The Visual Emergence of Anti-Epidemic Personal Protection Equipment.

Often described as "masks" face-worn devices are employed as personal protection equipment by health workers and the general public and considered to be an indispensable technology against epidemics. Simultaneously, they are potent symbols of existential risk. Could these material and visual aspects be more than simply indexically connected? In this article, I examine these apparatuses through a historical anthropological approach of their invention during the 1910-11 Manchurian plague outbreak. Arguing tha...


Learning medical professionalism - the application of appreciative inquiry and social media.

Medical professionalism is often considered difficult to be clearly observed and learned. However, although most medical students or residents affirm the necessity of medical professionalism courses, few agree that those currently offered are adequate for a medical career.

Technology Use Among Youth While Operating Farm Equipment.

Distracted driving by using modern technologies has been linked with increased risk of injuries, however, the current research has focused primarily on the use of technology while operating roadway vehicles. The purpose of this study was to explore the use of technology while operating farm equipment among members of an agricultural youth organization (Pennsylvania FFA Association members). An online survey was used to examine the use of technology while operating a tractor, ATV/UTV, skid steer, and truck/c...

Preclinical medical students' perspective on technology enhanced assessment for learning.

To explore the potentials of technology-assisted assessment for learning using Kahoot software in teaching session.

A preliminary audit of medical and aid provision in English Rugby union clubs: compliance with Regulation 9.

Governing bodies are largely responsible for the monitoring and management of risks associated with a safe playing environment, yet adherence to regulations is currently unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate and evaluate the current status of medical personnel, facilities, and equipment in Rugby Union clubs at regional level in England.

Assessment of Devices, Diagnostics and Digital Technologies: A Review of NICE Medical Technologies Guidance.

The Medical Technologies Evaluation Programme (MTEP) of NICE in England aims to evaluate medical devices that are deemed to be cost-saving or cost-neutral and produce Medical Technology Guidance (MTG) to encourage their adoption.

Diffusion of advanced medical imaging technology, CT, and MRI scanners, in Iran: A qualitative study of determinants.

Low-income and middle-income countries have a lot of problems in providing the financial, human, and capital resources for advanced medical imaging technologies (AMITs). Proper distribution of such expensive equipment might increase access to these services and enhance the quality and efficiency of health care. The present study aimed to identify the factors affecting the diffusion of AMITs including CT and MRI in Iran.

Medical Physics: Quality and Safety in the Cloud.

Science and technology have outpaced our human ability to process and analyze the myriad data systems that extend throughout an enterprise of health care networks. Medical physicists must learn to work collaboratively with computer programmers, data scientists, administrators, and health care providers in the data-rich environment of modern health care, embracing and practicing a new discipline: cloud-based medical physics. This article addresses four distinct topics: (1) Evolution of health care systems, n...

Telerehabilitation for Stroke Survivors: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Telerehabilitation is an emerging technology through which medical rehabilitation care can be provided from a distance.

Health Technology Assessments in Radiology in Germany: Lack of Demand, Lack of Supply.

 Health technology assessments (HTAs) are an interdisciplinary method to support sustainable, evidence-based healthcare decisions. They systematically assess medical products, procedures, and technologies with respect to medical, economic, legal, social, and ethical aspects.

Establishing the First Hartford Consensus-Compliant Medical School in the USA.

Following the Hartford Consensus meetings, the Stop the Bleed Campaign was created to reduce the prevalence of death from exsanguination in the case of traumatic hemorrhage. The campaign revolves around providing hemorrhage control training to members of the public and increasing public access to hemorrhage control equipment. To our knowledge, no medical school has established a self-sustaining Stop the Bleed program to train their students and faculty as well as made hemorrhage control equipment available ...

Should parents see their teen's medical record? Asking about the effect on adolescent-doctor communication changes attitudes.

Parents routinely access young children's medical records, but medical societies strongly recommend confidential care during adolescence, and most medical centers restrict parental records access during the teen years. We sought to assess public opinion about adolescent medical privacy.

Medical education in Laos.

Medical education in Laos has undergone significant developments over the last century. A transition from a foreign to locally trained medical workforce has taken place, with international partners having an ongoing presence. Undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in Laos is now delivered by a single, government administered university. The transition to locally based training has had many flow-on benefits, including the retention of Lao doctors in the country and having graduates who are familiar...

Is Blockchain Technology Suitable for Managing Personal Health Records? Mixed-Methods Study to Test Feasibility.

There are many perspectives on the advantages of introducing blockchain in the medical field, but there are no published feasibility studies regarding the storage, propagation, and management of personal health records (PHRs) using blockchain technology.

Exodus From the Classroom: Student Perceptions, Lecture Capture Technology, and the Inception of On-Demand Preclinical Medical Education.

Some medical educators have noted a decline in classroom attendance. Understanding student preferences for content delivery and the relationship between student attendance and learning outcomes may enhance curricular design and best practices for technology-supported learning.

Use of marijuana exclusively for medical purposes.

To characterize the socio-demographic characteristics, medical conditions, and psychiatric comorbidities of users of marijuana for medical and non-medical purposes.

Medicine in Future and Advantages of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine.

The history of medical development shows that oriental medicine, or traditional medicine, was born through medical practice during the times when science and technology were immature and underdeveloped, whereas with the development of science and technology, Western medicine, or modern medicine, was born through experimental analysis and research. With the development of medicine, the pros and cons of both medical systems become increasingly evident. How to integrate them and learn from each other will be t...

The patient's right to access the medical records and the doctor's obligation to make it available.

Medical documentation is a record of the process of providing health services. It is also the basic evidence in legal proceedings against the doctor. The law requires specific rules for the protection of medical records. The patient has a statutory right to access medical records. The legal standards for practicing the medical profession include keeping medical records and making them available. Medical records may be made available only to authorized persons and in forms defined by law. The aim of the arti...

Use of Drone Technology for Delivery of Medical Supplies During Prolonged Field Care.

Care of trauma casualties in an austere environment presents many challenges, particularly when evacuation is not immediately available. Man-packable medical supplies may be consumed by a single casualty, and resupply may not be possible before evacuation, particularly during prolonged field care scenarios. We hypothesized that unmanned aerial drones could successfully deliver life-sustaining medical supplies to a remote, denied environment where vehicle or foot traffic is impossible or impractical.

Response to: Factors that influence medical student learning in the operating room: Medical students' perspective.

On the necessity of philosophy in medical education.

Today, the study and practice of medicine are treated with a natural scientific approach. However, medical action has its foundations not only in the natural sciences and technology, but also in ethics, humanity and philosophy. The Wuerzburg Philosophicum teaches, apart from medical ethics, a systematic analysis of a theory of medicine in the context of other sciences, the theory of knowledge, anthropology and hermeneutics.

The Medical Activity and Satisfaction of Population Need in Medical Care.

The article considers phenomenon of medical activity as a determinant of population demand for medical services and needs in medical care. The medical activity is determined as both a criterion of formation of health of patients by force of active using medical care and a criterion of efficiency of functioning of physicians in satisfaction of needs of patients in medical care. The results are presented related to phenomenon of medical activity using methodology of analysis of opinions of patients and level ...

Comparison of quality of sleep between medical and non-medical undergraduate Pakistani students.

To compare the quality of sleep between medical and non-medical undergraduate students.


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