Tracey S. Hong

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Hand hygiene compliance is the most significant, modifiable cause of hospital-acquired infections, yet national averages for compliance rates remain unsatisfactory. Noncompliance can contribute to patient mortality, extended hospital stays, higher re-admission rates, and lower reimbursement for hospitals under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.(More)
Background Aggressive intravenous fluid replacement regimens are traditionally employed with the intention of protecting patients from perioperative decreases in renal blood flow. In contrast to these regimens, Enhanced Recovery Pathways (ERPs) often employ in-traoperative goal-directed fluid therapy and postoperative fluid restriction with permissive(More)
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