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At Markham Stouffville Hospital the Sterile Processing Department is responsible for the decontamination, cleaning, reprocessing and sterilization of instruments and equipment for the entire hospital. The Sterile Processing Department follows stringent criteria, best...Read More
Complex medical treatments that work well for healthier individuals almost certainly have less benefit for those who are vulnerable to the adverse effects of medical and surgical treatments due to frailty, with fewer years of life to experience treatment benefit if it...Read More
The development of the mass casualty procedure at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has been ongoing for years. However, a critical component missing from the plan was that it had never been tested until the Agence de santé et des services sociaux de Montréal...Read More
A large portion of the care administered to a client is delivered with the help of a medication and/or a medical instrument. At Sainte-Justine UHC, we provide care and assure the safety of patients ranging from 500g to adult weight, which is a considerable challenge...Read More
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