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Having the opportunity to say that you work for the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System might seem like reward enough. But, when Pacific Medical ran a contest looking for th... Read more
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Due to its safe, non-invasive method to obtain images and expanded imaging capabilities, the reliance on ultrasound technology continues to escalate in the healthcare industry. Read more
The amazing popularity of the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series was evident again in December. Kaylee McCaffrey’s informative guide to the product-focused social network MedWrench.com capp... Read more
The phrase “down the memory hole” comes from George Orwell’s book “Nineteen Eighty-Four.” It’s where inconvenient or unwelcomed memories go to be forgotten, and it is likely where many job-a... Read more
What are the pros and cons of running a ventilator from the central compressed air supply versus built-in turbine/blower technology? I understand that the former helps the patient get clean... Read more
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