September 2012 Issue

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  • Injections Made Easier
  • Infection Control: Stopping the Spread of Clostridium Difficile
  • Unnecessary Drugs: Part 1: Just what is an unnecessary drug?

Injections Made Easier

Insulin pens have grown in popularity in both home care and healthcare institutions due to the many advantages they offer. Insulin pens are used to inject insulin into the body from a prefilled cartridge. They are easy to use, easy to store and accurate. Read More

Infection Control: Stopping the Spread of Clostridium Difficile

A step by step guide to stopping the spread of Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea (CDAD). Read More

Unnecessary Drugs: Part 1: Just what is an unnecessary drug?

Many health care workers believe "unnecessary drugs" refers to psychotropic drugs used as chemical restraints. While this is true, the actual definition is much broader since the inception of the term. Read More