Archive > December, 2006 VII, No. 12
If you're serious about reducing sharps injuries, you'll have to win over the hearts and minds of your surgeons and staff.
Our hospital's patient-handling program saves backs, bumps and bucks.
Here's how to keep your surgeons and staff ever mindful that cautery and lasers are ignition sources.
Practical advice to reduce injuries from prolonged pressure and improper positioning.
Proper Use of Patient Warming Devices.
A review of the newest products on display at the ASA annual meeting.
This method minimizes muscle injury and post-operative pain while improving post-operative mobilization and cosmesis.
Is Stopping Sticks as Hard as Stopping Smoking?
Bridging the generation gap
TASS continues to vex the experts
A do-it-yourself consent form
Building a Strong Back Office
Make It Easy for Young Surgeons to Buy In
The Case of the Lost Airway
Uncovering 12 Hidden Costs of Going Paperless
Coding in the New Year
A Refresher on Proper Gowning
Single-handed Scalpel Blade Removal
The Ten Commandments of Surgery