Month: July 2010

Improving Medication Adherence in HIV

Since the introduction of antiretroviral therapy more than a decade ago, morbidity and mortality among patients infected with HIV has decreased considerably thanks to improved access to care, prophylaxis against opportunistic...

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Measuring Preventable Harm

Although the healthcare community has expressed a strong desire to measure safety outcomes, accomplishing this feat has been challenging due to poor investment in the basic science of patient safety. There is a need for basic...

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Catching the Warning Signs of DVT

In the United States, more people die each year from pulmonary embolism (PE) than motor vehicle accidents, breast cancer, or AIDS. Most PEs are complications of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). In fact, more than 2 million Americans...

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