Phones Reduces Error Rate In Hospital CareThe study published in the February anesthesia and analgesia is believed to be the first to investigate whether the use of mobile phones by medical personnel have a positive impact on safety. It was 4,018 4,018 responses from participants at the 2003 meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
He said the reported 2.4 % prevalence of electronic interference with life support devices such as ventilators, intravenous infusion pumps and monitoring equipment is much lower than 14.9 % 14.9 % risk of medical error or injury due to a delay in communication.The BC Cancer Agency, agency the Provincial Health Services Authority will be to lower the occurrence of cancer, reducing of cancer mortality, and improvement of quality of life of residents by cancer committed. It provides a comprehensive cancer control programs to the people of BC through collaboration with local government partners a range of oncologic services, & Education including the prevention, early detection , diagnosis and treatment, research, education, supportive power, rehabilitation and palliative care. Of the BC Cancer Foundation raises money to research and improve of patient care of the BC Cancer Agency support.