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Imaging's Invisible Dangers

Prolonged radiation exposure can cause lasting effects.

Posted 09/19/14 | Carol Cappella, RN, MSN, CNOR | Post a comment

Stay On Your Toes

Prevent slips, trips and falls in the surgical workplace.

Posted 09/19/14 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

Getting to the Point of Sharps Safety

Know the facts and protect your staff.

Posted 09/19/14 | Mary Owen, MSN, RN, CNOR | Post a comment

How Dangerous Is Surgical Smoke?

The foul-smelling plume can cause long-term harm to staff and surgeons.

Posted 09/19/14 | Brenda Ulmer, RN, MN, CNOR | 2 comments

Watch Your Step

Protect your surgeons and staff from slips, trips and falls in the OR.

Posted 05/08/14 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

A Sharps Safety Program Even OSHA Could Love

Inspectors lauded our efforts to limit needlesticks and cuts.

Posted 04/02/14 | Jennifer Skersick, RN | Post a comment

Managing Radiation Exposure in the OR

5 steps to safe C-arm use.

Posted 03/04/14 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

Two Gloves Are Better Than One

Double-gloving is proven to reduce risks of sharps injuries and exposure to bloodborne infections.

Posted 03/04/14 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Equip Your ORs for Sharps Safety

Safety-engineered sharps and trays provide passing protection.

Posted 02/10/14 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

OSHA Launches New Website to Protect Hospital Workers

Site takes aim at curbing musculoskeletal injuries from patient handling and moving.

Posted 01/15/14 | Post a comment

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