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May 23, 2022
Nurses’ Compliance and Confidence With a Hand-Off Process for Patients Post Femoral Arterial Access Before and After a Standardized Approach
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HRS 2022: AI-based app used to detect left-ventricular dysfunction
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june 2022

02junAll Day03Fetal-Perinatal-Neonatal Cardiac Continuum: Getting it right from the start!

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11junAll Day16Society of Interventional Radiology Meeting 2022

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May 23, 2022 | Cath Lab Digest
Nurses’ Compliance and Confidence With a Hand-Off Process for Patients Post Femoral Arterial Access Before and After a Standardized Approach

Accurate communication during the nurse hand-off process in patients receiving femoral artery access for procedures is crucial to prevent negative outcomes. Following a sentinel event, a workgroup developed and tested a nurse handoff process with a standardized report form and two-party verification of the access site.

May 16, 2022 | Cardiac Rhythm News
HRS 2022: AI-based app used to detect left-ventricular dysfunction

Use of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based app using electrocardiogram (ECG) signals recorded with an Apple Watch is able to identify left-ventricular dysfunction, research presented at the Heart Rhythm Society’s 2022 annual meeting (HRS 2022, 29 April–1 May, San Francisco, USA) has found.

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