Marta Szymańska

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Random safety audits (RSA) have been shown to be effective in improving standards of clinical practice. 19 data collection audits were performed relating to hygiene, safe prescribing, oxygen pulse oximetry monitoring and documentation in keeping with the requirements of the new Medical Practitioners Act (MPA) 2007. Hygiene audits (range from 20/25 to 21/21(More)
During the last decade or so, the topic of environmental protection from ionising radiation has become a major issue within the field of radiological protection. The change of focus from a purely anthropocentric approach has led to the development and availability of bespoke methodologies for the assessment of impacts on wildlife from radioactive(More)
The immune response is a highly specific reaction carried out by means of specialized cells that belong to the immune system. There are two types of immune response mechanisms aimed towards pathogens: non-specific, innate reactions, and specific, acquired reactions. Acquired immunity, characterized by its specificity, is comprised of lymphocytes, including(More)