Archive > August, 2012 XIII, No. 8
Everyone knows surgical plume is dangerous, so why isn't everyone evacuating it?
Taking the mystery out of what happens when the surveyors show up at your front door.
It's a recliner, stretcher and OR table in one.
The art and science of patient prepping.
Before you can sterilize instruments, you must manually or mechanically clean them.
Whole-room disinfection systems are a powerful ally in your fight against infections.
What advice can they offer on managing the time and cost of posterior segment surgery?
Ask these 7 key questions before entering into a group purchasing organization contract.
Protecting nurses from burnout also protects patients from infection.
Dilate difficult veins - Grab-and-go GI carts - Who's your fire captain?
Civil rights violations sidestep the need for expert testimony.
The law's on your side when it comes to disciplining abusive surgeons.
The dangers of reaching for the wrong milky-white medication.
What you should do before every hip and knee replacement case.
Electronic recordkeeping helps protect patients, but dangers still exist.
Make room for anesthesia providers in the endoscopy suite.
Lessons learned from a surgeon's misadventure in scheduling.
Harness humor's disruptive force for better patient outcomes.
Sometimes you've seen it all, but don't know it yet.