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Study finds hospital tablet computers cut nurse time by up to 30%

Thursday 16th February 2017

The System for Electronic Notification and Documentation (SEND) was developed by the University of Oxford for recording patient vital signs.

A study of three wards at the Churchill and Horton hospitals found the typical time to record the vital signs on a paper chart – traditionally hung at the end of beds – was 215 seconds, or three minutes and 35 seconds. The typical time to record to input the vital signs into SEND was 150...

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Treatments for cancer, cholesterol and chronic migraines among medicines accepted for routine use by NHS Scotland.
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Sobi receives the approval following the results of a clinical trial comparing a four week once daily and four week twice daily regimens.
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ePAQ-PO preoperative assessment questionnaire developed by clinicians at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust wins award
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Sheffield Teaching Hospital is to share its expertise from its Gestational Trophoblastic Service with other European centres as part of EURACAN
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Boehringer Ingelheim's adalimumab biosimilar candidate to Humira® has been accepted for regulatory review by the EMA and FDA