Archive > June, 2007 VIII, No. 6
Despite the ups and downs of life in the OR, you say you'd recommend a career in surgery.
Radiofrequency endovenous ablation is quick, easy and reasonably reimbursed.
The benefits are big when you tend to the little details.
For young patients, the pain is the same, but with more cautions.
Your patients are weighing more and more. Are your tables able to shoulder the load?
The science behind pre-op evaluations, PONV prevention and anesthetic administration.
Four tips to save on repairs and keep your scopes functioning optimally.
A review of new products displayed at the SAGES meeting.
Find a unit that delivers energy efficiently without compromising safety.
Reaction to the May cover story
Nurse claims she was harassed for enforcing safety procedures
Standardizing drug shorthand
Here's to Positive Conflict Resolution
Missed Bleed, Lost Life
Open Your Eyes to Refractive IOLs' Legal Issues
Is Your Business Office in Shape?
Demand Excellent Service from Your Path Lab
Keep Your Youngest Patients Safe and Sound
Four Evidence-based Measures For Preventing Infections
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