A pubmed search for electronic sign out (or hand off) yields 42 results. I wrote recently about secure patient health information and have been thinking more about what it takes to have a secure, physician-to-physician electronic sign out system. To Continue reading Rethinking Secure Electronic Sign out (Hand off or Changeover)
My grandfather worked as a carpenter from the time he was a teenage apprentice until a couple years before his death. I loved making projects with him, and he taught me a lot about woodworking. One of the most striking Continue reading Why You Can’t Be Anything You Want to Be
Recently, I was in needed of an Nvidia pci video card for a new installation of Mythtv I put together for watching the olympics. Last Christmas my sister and I gave our parents a new computer so I inherited the Continue reading Nvidia VDPau Purevideo PCI Video Card for Mythtv
Cefepime Seizure Risk On 6/26/2012, the FDA annouced an a risk for seizure when cefepime is not dose-adjusted for renal dysfunction. The Drug Safety Communication announced the increased seizure risk based on on 59 cases of non-convulsive status epilepticus Continue reading Seizure Risk for Cefepime if not Dose Adjusted
Coffee and medicine go together like … well … coffee and doctors. I have loved coffee at least since medical school – most of us succumb to the peer pressure of drinking coffee while studying medicine. My earliest memory of Continue reading Coffee and Medicine
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The short answer is probably not – the randomized control trial is safe for now. The longer answer when it comes to exploring molecular targets in oncology we may need to rethink the double-blind randomized control trial. Since current methods Continue reading End of the Double-Blind Randomized Control Trial?