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  • Exploring the incidence and nature of nursing-sensitive orthopaedic adverse events: A multicenter cohort study using Global Trigger Tool. [Journal Article]
    Int J Nurs Stud 2019; 102:103473Hommel A, Magnéli M, … Unbeck M
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study shows the magnitude of nursing-sensitive adverse events. We found that nursing-sensitive adverse events were common, in most cases deemed preventable and were associated with different kinds of adverse events and levels of severity in orthopaedic care. Registered nurses play a vital role within the interdisciplinary team as they are the largest group of healthcare professionals, work 24/7 and spend much time at the bedside with patients. Therefore, nursing leadership at all hospital levels must assume responsibility for patient safety and authorize bedside registered nurses to deliver high-quality and sustainable care to patients.
  • Worker exposure to flame retardants in manufacturing, construction and service industries. [Journal Article]
    Environ Int 2019; 135:105349Estill CF, Slone J, … La Guardia MJ
  • Workers in several industries are occupationally exposed to flame retardants. This study characterizes flame retardant exposure for nine industries through air and hand wipe measures for 105 workers. Specifically, we analyzed 24 analytes from three chemical classes: organophosphate flame retardants (OFRs), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), and non-PBDE brominated flame retardants (NPBFRs). …
  • Insights about the toxicity of tannery effluent on chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) embryos. [Journal Article]
    Chemosphere 2019; 244:125403Gomes AR, Andrade Vieira JE, … Malafaia G
  • Although tannery effluent (TE) toxicity has already been demonstrated in different vertebrate models, our knowledge about their effects on birds remains significantly incipient. Thus, the aim of the current study was to evaluate the impact of ephemeral exposure of Gallus gallus domesticus eggs to environmental predictive TE dilutions (1.4% and 6.5%). Eggs at E6 developmental stage were opened in …
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