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- Hand hygiene 2011NEJMDemonstrates various hand-hygiene techniques in a health care provider setting to prevent the spread of infection.
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- Healthcare Systems for Children-- Canada vs. USA (From Both Sides, a Second Time) March of Dimes and Prematurity - An Exciting Opportunity for Stanford/LPCH.SUNet ID login requiredDr. O'Brodovich spoke first on the camparison between health care systems in Canada and the United States. Dr. Cohen gave an account of the current focus of the March of Dimes Foundation on prematurity..
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- Herpes virus 6 & 7 infection a life course approach.SUNet ID login required
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- How doctors learn, think and make mistakes. Part A-B pt. A-B, 2010.SUNet ID login requiredPart A. Presentation -- Part B. Group discussion.
- How financial conflict of interest endangers our professionSUNet ID login required
- How stem cells are transforming the understanding and treatment of children's diseasesSUNet ID login required
- How to do biostatistics. Part IISUNet ID login required
- How to do biostatistics. Part III, SurvivalSUNet ID login required
- How to make health reform affordable technology-enabled chronic care.SUNet ID login required
- "A punch biopsy allows for the diagnosis of skin conditions by means of histologic examination of a sample of the full thickness of the skin. The procedure is easy to master and has a low risk of adverse events and complications."
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- Hypereosinophilia case presentation and modern approach to diagnosis and therapy.SUNet ID login required
- In this teaching video, Salman Khan talks with Dr. Andy Connolly from Stanford Medical School on what hyperplasia in colon tissue looks like.
- Hypertriglyceridemia, causes, consequences, and managementSUNet ID login required
- Hypoglycemia in newborns and infantsSUNet ID login required
- Hyponatremia and pneumonitis in a cancer patientSUNet ID login required
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