Archive > October, 2009 X, No. 10
Reducing the number of ports through which surgeons operate is shaping up to be the next big thing.
The ins and outs of laparoscopic access systems.
A pictorial guide to modular table systems designed to protect patients and staff and enhance efficiency.
Our readers explain how they use blocks, what's working and what's not.
Deciphering different post-op pain directives is key to getting the proper reimbursement.
Getting your surgeons to agree on 1 mesh supplier can greatly reduce your case costs for inguinal hernia repair.
Is your facility prepared to handle an unanticipated airway emergency?
Sure, they're time- and resource-intensive, but here's why you should host them.
Here are 10 strategies a Florida hospital used to tame its inventory and reel in big savings.
Automatic electronic tracking systems keep tabs on your patients.
Quality, cost and access are key factors to consider when outsourcing.
Is Your Staff Getting a Raise?
Our Readers Weigh in on Key Issues
Surgeons Form Implant Distributorship
To Buff or Not to Buff?
How to Comply With the Red Flags Rule
Contracting With Your Anesthesia Group
Get It in Writing
Tips for Better Breast Excision Coding
Give the "PACU Pull" a Try
Ready for Your Infection Control Survey?
Cut Down on Sharps Injuries
Sterilizer chamber cleaner, spine sealant and a head positioner.
What to Be for Halloween?