Archive April 2018 XIX, No. 4

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Great ideas for your OR

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Face Protection

Protect Your Patient's Face

A CRNA designed VisiWrap to shield the patient's face from the pressure and weight of surgical instruments, suction tubing — and providers' elbows. Slits on both sides of the polyurethane foam device help secure the endotracheal tube. Intended for patients under general anesthesia during robotic (supine) and shoulder (beach-chair) surgeries.

Scrubs Closet

Leave Your Scrub Worries Behind

Your surgeons and staff will always find scrubs in their size with the ScrubVault, an automated cabinet that stores and dispenses scrubs from top manufacturers that are chipped with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. Staff scan a unique code to open the cabinet and select their scrubs. A usage report tells you when to re-order. Scrubs that walk won't get very far — ScrubVault traces the last known location of missing pairs of scrubs. Available to rent from ImageFirst, the largest provider of medical linen and laundry services.

Headlight

This Headlight Takes Great Pictures

No need to adjust the camera during a case to capture high-quality video and still images in full 1080p/60 HD with the Pharos HD coaxial headlight imaging system. What the surgeon looks at is always in the picture frame. System includes headlight camera unit with 10-foot fiber optic cable, camera control unit, LED high-intensity light source, video cables and power cords, and mobile stand. Monitor not included. Pole mount available as an accessory.

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