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  • What’s in a Sneeze?

    By Tamer Abouras   Remember the hubbub about 3D printed firearms a few years ago? The concept of 3D printing in and of itself — certainly one of the more futuristic ideas we’ve brought to life in recent times — is a little bit confounding until you’ve seen it with your own eyes, and so the idea of anything that’s been printed using one of ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on March 3, 2016
  • Managing Your Inventory

    The importance of properly managing inventory so that supplies for all phases of testing in your laboratory are available, accessible and in-date is critical, not only for providing quality patient care, but for the fiscal solvency, operational efficiency, customer service and staff morale of the laboratory. The goals of any inventory ...
    Posted to CRI Lab Quality Advisor (Weblog) on February 22, 2016
  • Americans Celebrate 80th Year of Social Security

    AARP released results of a survey this week as America marks the 80th anniversary of Social Security on August 14, 2015. Americans of all ages continue to have strong feelings of support for Social Security, and the survey found several key themes. According to the national survey of adults, Social Security remains a core part of retirement ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on August 14, 2015
  • High-Tech Game Changers for Poor Sleep

    The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) this week announced the formation of its new Sleep Technology Council, “a group whose mission will be to support and enable innovations in consumer sleep technology.'' The council will include participants from several industry players, including Beddit, Emfit, Jawbone, MetroNaps, MisFit Wearables, Responsive ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on July 23, 2015
  • Why Mesothelioma is Often Missed by Doctors

    Mesothelioma.us, a free online resource devoted to helping people with mesothelioma and their loved ones, has just posted a new study that says the symptoms of the deadly disease often slip by doctors.As the new article on http://mesothelioma.us/ notes, mesothelioma typically takes a very long time to incubate in the body before any symptoms will ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on July 9, 2015
  • Restorative Sleep Just a Dream for Many Americans

    New research reveals although eighty percent of physically active adults say they desire eight or more hours of sleep per night, only 41% actually do. Commissioned by mattress maker Nodical Bed, the study explored sleep patterns and attitudes among adults who self-identify as highly health conscious and regularly engage in activities such as ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on June 25, 2015
  • A Stark Reminder of Polio

    By Ted Hill, MBE, CEO, The British Polio FellowshipThe recent news that 107 children in the U.S. have been left paralyzed from what is being described as a “Polio-like disease” is deeply concerning. It offers a stark reminder of times gone by when the world was plunged into a Polio epidemic that killed thousands and left many more with lasting ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on April 10, 2015
  • Imagine Printing Inventory on Demand

      Technology has changed exponentially in recent years. Just consider the apps available on your smart phone today compared to what was available just 5 or ten short years ago. In fact the term disruptive technology was coined to describe any new technology that comes along and is so significant and innovative that it ''disrupts'' the status ...
  • Lay Off the PSA, USA Medical Panel Advises

    The US Preventive Services Task Force is recommending that healthy men should not be routinely screened with the PSA test. There has been a buzz that this decision was in the offing for several years now, so the final ruling is not a surprise to  many. The logic of course is that the test has a high degree of nonspecificity and is ...
  • From the AARC Congress: Keynote Speaker Urges RTs to Improve Patient-Centered Care

    The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality wants to hear from you. The invitation came from AHRQ Director Carolyn M. Clancy, MD, during the keynote address Monday at the American Association for Respiratory Care's 56th International Respiratory Congress. Dr. Clancy focused on the importance of patient-centered outcomes research. In ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on December 7, 2010
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