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Medical Nurse Training, Inc. Announces New Techniques to Achieve Tremendous Savings of Lives and Medical Costs of Over $200 Billion Annually

Medical Nurse Training, Inc. discusses training nurses and doctors utilizing expert Geriatric Doctors, the Assistant Director of Nursing at Johns Hopkins, and Patrick Devaney, in an effort to save the medical industry potentially, $200 Billion annually.

(PRWEB) April 27, 2009 -- Medical Nurse Training, Inc. announces a tremendous saving in lives and medical costs of over 200 billion dollars yearly. Most of these savings can be achieved by reducing the risk of falls and protecting against the effect of falls particularly in the population now approaching 60 and above. New personal use technologies that are relatively unknown to some in the medical field and more often the public can easily eliminate these useless injuries and death. National Center for Patient Safety recently recommended the use of these new approaches. Medical Nurse Training, Inc has been receiving numerous requests to offer this information to the general public.

The President of Medical Nurse Training, Mr. Devaney is available to speak to these new technologies and education for acute care and long term care programs. Medical Nurse Training is the premier portal for training nurses and doctors utilizing expert Geriatric Doctors, the Assistant Director of Nursing at Johns Hopkins and Patrick Devaney who has over 25 years experience lecturing on these topics to tens of thousands of nurses, doctors and healthcare facilities. Anyone who is above the age of 55 or has a relative, who is at risk for falls is confused or agitated, has Alzheimer's, or presents elopement risks at home will be very interested in this new material.

Mr. Devaney's mother died as the result of an unnecessary hip fracture. This loss could have easily been prevented with one of these new devices or education techniques. Numerous lives have already been saved with these clinically proven devices. We have partnered with some of the leading manufacturers of these low cost medical technologies to provide these devices predominately available only through hospitals and nursing homes to the general public at an institutional price.

By going to you can get a broad overview of the types of programs we offer to the medical community and review our blogs. This information will be of interest to most if not all. These medically sound approaches will get attention and will reduce government costs in the trillions of dollars over the next ten years. Clinical references can be viewed on this site.

For more information about the programs available from Medical Nurse Training, Inc., please visit

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