Personal Safety

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Where There's Smoke ...

If you smell charred flesh in the OR, you're probably inhaling invisible toxic gases, too.

Posted 04/06/16 | Brenda Ulmer, RN, MN, CNOR | Post a comment

Puncture-Resistant ORs

Protect your surgeons and staff from sharps injuries with safety-engineered devices.

Posted 04/06/16 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

Don't ignore the very real threats of what you can't see.

Posted 02/10/16 | Brad Waddell, MD | Post a comment

Thinking of Buying ... Smoke Evacuators

Today's innovative devices evacuate surgical smoke right at the source.

Posted 01/11/16 | Kay Ball, PhD, RN, CNOR, FAAN | 1 comment

5 Ways to Make Your ORs Safe and Comfortable

Keep your surgical teams happy and healthy with these ergonomic products.

Posted 01/11/16 | Kendal Gapinski, Associate Editor | Post a comment

New Thoughts on Radiation Safety

A review of the literature adds clarity to the big picture.

Posted 09/28/15 | Byron L. Burlingame, MS, RN, BSN, CNOR | 1 comment

Are Your ORs Obstacle Courses?

Take the necessary steps to reduce risks of slips, trips and falls.

Posted 09/28/15 | Dondee Halverson, RN | Post a comment

How to Conduct a Safety Sharps Trial

Yes, you can get your docs to (at least) trial and (possibly) use safety sharps.

Posted 09/28/15 | Kristin L. Thompson, RN, BSN, CNOR, RNFA | Post a comment

Reduce the Risk of Surgical Smoke

It's time to take ownership in protecting yourself from potential harm.

Posted 09/28/15 | Stacey Benson, PhD | Post a comment

Safety: Give Your Facility This Drug Security Test

5 measures that will help prevent diversion.

Posted 09/03/15 | John R. Karwoski, RPh, MBA | 2 comments

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