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Archive >  November, 2010 XI, No. 11

One Glove to Love

We standardized this surgical staple for economy, organization and safety.

Sandy Berreth, RN, MS, CASC

People are often surprised when they learn that the 17 surgeons at our facility all use the same brand and type of surgical glove. "How did you get them to agree on one?" they ask. It was easy: I took the direct route. I made a plan to buy just one kind of glove, and I stuck to it. Let me explain.

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