Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
Oxycodone and morphine are more likely to contain messaging on package inserts describing safe storage and disposal methods compared with other commonly used and misused opioid analgesics.
Approximately 5% of patients in the United States contribute to half of total healthcare spending.
UK National Health Service Explores Justification for Rationing Elective Surgery in Smokers, ObesityJun 08, 2018
Recent measures in the United Kingdom have proposed restricting access to elective surgery for smokers and people with obesity.
There are substantial limitations to depending only on institutional investigations of scientific misconduct.
System expansions in the current healthcare environment are making clear impacts on clinical care and patient safety.
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