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Bringing the Himalayas to the Hospital

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August 19, 2013
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Medical researchers are testing trekkers and Sherpas from the Himalayas to discover why some people recover from oxygen deprivation, while others suffer organ failure and may even die. They hope to transfer this knowledge to hospital patients.


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Xinhua News Agency (Aug. 31, 2012) — Three years ago, the program "Let's learn at the hospital" began in Veracruz state hospitals in Mexico, such as the High Specialty Regional Hospital of Veracruz and the Regional Hospital "Valentin Gomez Farias" of Coatzacoalcos. The program is for children patients who attend elementary school to receive classes even when they are hospitalized, so that they would not fall behind in their studies.
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Cost Pressure in Hospitals: Staff Shortages and an Influx of Patients

Cost Pressure in Hospitals: Staff Shortages and an Influx of Patients

Deutsche Welle (Aug. 6, 2013) — Profit orientation, cost efficiency - terms familiar from the private sector. But how does a hospital function as a commercial enterprise? The Giessen and Marburg University Hospital provides an example: more patients, more treatment, more revenues - but also more work for nursing staff.
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Conjoined Twins Separated at Dallas Hospital

Conjoined Twins Separated at Dallas Hospital

AP (Aug. 29, 2013) — Hospital officials say conjoined boys born last month in Dallas have been safely separated and are doing well. Officials at Medical City Children's Hospital say Owen and Emmett Ezell are in stable condition.
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Eye-Tracking Research Targets Hospital Navigation Stress

Eye-Tracking Research Targets Hospital Navigation Stress

Reuters (Sep. 18, 2013) — A hospital in the UK is using eye-tracking technology to improve sign placement in its corridor system. The so-called "wayfinding" tests are designed to ease the confusion and stress often caused by navigating unfamiliar hospital hallways.
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