Archive > June, 2009 X, No. 6
Since everyone's responsible for making sure no surgical sponges are left behind, get everyone involved.
To pass your next survey with flying colors, avoid these little-known infractions.
Take this short quiz to see if you’re doing all you can to protect your patients and staff from an increasingly common threat.
How to make sure your patients benefit from this post-op analgesic solution.
After a tragedy, this hospital system made hand hygiene a top priority.
Devices for single-incision laparoscopy were the highlight of the SAGES 2009 exhibit hall.
Accreditation Without the Aggravation
Do You Facebook?
Creative Glove and Gown Disposal
How We Improved Our Preadmission Screenings
Dealing With Disruptive Docs
10 Conscious Sedation Safety Tips
Code Your Spine Surgery Cases Smarter
Is Your Staff Handling Specimens Properly?
Double-dipping Syringes Is Never OK
15 Lessons I've Learned in 30 Years in the OR
Sneak peeks at the talks you'll be talking about.