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March 2015 Archives

Nurses attribute medical errors to lack of interoperability

Connecticut residents may find it alarming to learn in this age of cutting edge technology and significant advances in medical care technologies that a recent survey found that healthcare providers, such as nurses, blamed the lack of interoperability between medical devices and electronic health records as one of the reasons for medical mistakes. Nearly 400,000 patients lose their life annually due to a medical mistake, and thousands more suffer serious complications due to those mistakes.

Pedestrian dies in fatal traffic accident

The U.S. Department of Transportation estimated that more than 4,700 pedestrian lost their lives in traffic accidents or crashes in 2011. Sadly this statistic became a reality for one Hartford, Connecticut family recently.

Tips for pedestrian safety

Many people walk to and from places every day. No one expects to be involved in a traffic accident. However, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, every seven minutes a pedestrian is injured. Additionally, every two hours a pedestrian is killed.

Bethel 1st Grade Teacher Charged with 3 Counts of Sexual Assault Against a Minor

Connecticut State Police have arrested Brian Stroh, 30, of New Fairfield and charged him with 3 counts of sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor. The reported victims are six, nine and eleven years old. Christina Carver, Superintendent of Bethel CT Schools, confirmed that Mr. Stroh was a first grade teacher at the Frank A. Berry Elementary School in Bethel until his resignation on February 19. Mr. Stroh has also been affiliated with camps in the towns of Ridgefield, New Fairfield and Redding. He has been released on $250,000 bail but is confined to his home.

Can wearing a seat belt in rear seats reduce injuries?

Connecticut fans of 60 Minutes were likely saddened by the recent news that Bob Simon from the show was killed in a car accident while riding in the back seat of a vehicle. Simon was reportedly not wearing a seat belt. According to a representative with the Connecticut Injury Prevention Center at Hartford Hospital, in car accidents, those who are not wearing a seat belt, particularly those seated in the back or rear seats, tend to become projectiles during a collision, and cause serious injuries not only to themselves but also the belted occupants in the vehicle.

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