Archive > June, 2012 XIII, No. 6
What are the critical numbers that really tell you how you're doing?
Review your OR set-ups to ensure you're doing all you can to keep staff upright and on task.
It's not that hard to outfit that empty room for this hot specialty.
As procedures become more complex and instrumentation more high-tech, can surgeons keep up?
A step-by-step guide to first-stick success.
New laser technology stole the show at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
It just might be, if your scope doesn't include these key features.
Use proper common sense protocols to eliminate surgical site infections.
Don't waste your time on these 5 not-so-useful benchmarks.
Practial pearls from your colleagues
Create a surgery-specific website.
What you need to know about Haglund's deformity resection.
Steer clear of the pitfalls of complimentary patient transportation.
Keyboards and touchscreens can be breeding grounds for infections.
Make sure that bright, cool LEDs work in your surgical workspaces.
Let your anesthesia providers focus on the patient, not the chart.
A place for everything, but supply shelves in disgrace.