Patient Safety in Surgery | Home page - <p>Patient Safety in Surgery encompasses all issues related to safety and quality of patient care in surgery and surgical subspecialties. The journal has published a number of Editorials discussing topical issues important to the development of this field, as well as a dedicated section on Safe Surgical Technique.</p>

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    This product has excellent TX capabilities. I paired it with brightechs aptx low latency tx/rx unit (in rx mode) and sound was clear and quality was excellent CD like. I burned through a ton of TX and rx units and I found these two were the best. Highly recommend this combo.

  • oisinfaerie - not for babies with sensitive skin

    I thought I was doing my newborn a favor by buying all natural products. After using this body wash for 5 months my baby developed cradle cap and eczema that would only clear up by using Cetaphyl RestoraDerm body wash and lotion which costs about $15 a bottle. The first thing you should consider before buying ANY product that has so many flowers or other possible allergens is that your baby could actually have an allergic reaction to something in the concoction. My baby did not have an overnight reaction, but a long, hard to pinpoint reaction. I also used the baby bee diaper cream and my pediatrician told me to stop using it because it was making her little folds irritated because of the lavender. I digress... two days after discontinuing the baby bee shampoo, the eczema cleared up.

  • Sneezy 5 - Not well written

    Plot was interesting enough but the book was poorly written. Often there were names and things I had no clue what they were referencing. Only finished the book because I felt plot committed and wanted to know the ending. Engaged every time I read it, but found myself never wanted to pick it back up to finish it.