Hyperglycemia.  Hypoglycemia.  What’s the difference?   What’s the significance, if it’s all Greek to you? Hyper, derived from Greek, means above,…

In hospitalized patients, managing blood glucose levels is a complex and sometimes controversial issue. For about 20 percent of the…

Is your hospital experiencing obstacles in glycemic control for critically ill patients? Is your clinical staff spending large amounts of…

High blood sugar can result from hypothermia, which may be induced to improve neurologic outcome in unconscious patients. Certain patient…

…in its Induced Hypothermia Patients with Leading Edge Technology Named one of the 100 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals in the nation, Holy…

As healthcare continues to change across America, many hospitals are interested in changing or incorporating new programs and technology as…

Since the mid 1980s, scholarly articles have noted the link between hyperglycemia and increased mortality, even in patients without diabetes.1…

How would you like to save your hospital almost $75,000 a year in potentially unreimbursed expenses? This was the realization…