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Which Physicians Are The Most Burnt Out?

PUBLIC HEALTH

Physicians in emergency medicine dealt with the highest rates of burnout. How did those in pulmonology, gastroenterology, and urology fare?

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Supply Costs
Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy, or PDT, is considered a practical, safe and cost-effective alternative to open surgical tracheostomy, and both reusable and single-use bronchoscopes are suitable for the procedure. But single-use devices save money and eliminate contamination concerns.
Mishandling Flexible Endoscopes After Disinfection Is a Health Hazard
Prevention Challenges
Flexible endoscopes have made the ECRI Institute’s list of the top 10 health technology hazards every year since 2010—topping the rankings twice—though this year the focus shifted a bit.
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Our Top 5 Urology Storylines of the Fall

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Reprocessed urological endoscopes, emerging technology, and the environmental impact of single-use endoscopes were some of the themes of our most-read stories on Single-Use Endoscopy.