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May-August 2018| Vol 4| Issue 2

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From “pearls” to “tweets:” How social media and web-based applications are revolutionizing medical education

Social media (SM) has revolutionized not only the way humans communicate but also the way we share our experiences, including learning and propagation of knowledge.[1] This applies to all levels of ...


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Postcollision safety device compliance in trauma patients

Background: Noncompliance with established prevention measures (seat belts/helmets) continues to be prevalent. Research has shown three primary methods of increasing compliance: legislation, ...


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Stress ulcer prophylaxis upon discharge from intensive care units in an academic medical center

Context: Stress ulcer prophylaxis (SUP) has become the standard of care in the intensive care unit (ICU) but is often continued inappropriately at discharge. Aims: The primary aim was...


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Reducing telemetry use while improving patient outcomes: University health network experience with the implementation of oximetry-based monitoring system

Introduction: Unrecognized clinical patient deterioration (CPD) is a precursor to preventable morbidity and mortality among hospitalized patients. The current standard of intermittent vital s...


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Occupational profile of taxi drivers from three metropolitan cities in India

Background: Taxi drivers play a crucial role in the social and economic function of the modern society and significantly contribute to the business world and tourism. Objective: The o...


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