Surgical Instruments

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Getting a Read on Instrument Tracking

The technology improves staff efficiencies and instrument upkeep by linking central sterile to the OR.

Posted 07/05/09 | Danielle Lucero | 1 comment

Are Your Instrument Reprocessing Practices Surgically Precise?

It's not enough to know only how to do each step — your staff needs to know why, for how long and in what order.

Posted 10/28/08 | BarbaraAnnHarmer, RN, BSN, MHA | Post a comment

Instruments

The latest in minimally invasive surgery's continuing evolution.

Posted 07/14/08 | David Renton, MD | Post a comment

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Compact designs and improved instrumentation continue the MIS revolution.

Posted 10/10/07 | Post a comment

What's New in Minimally Invasive Instruments

More ergonomic tools, better visualization and easier entry and wound closure are among the trends.

Posted 10/10/07 | Connie O'Kane, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

Care and Handling of Minimally Invasive Instruments

There's more to keeping scopes and other tools in good working order than just thorough reprocessing.

Posted 10/10/07 | Terri Matthews | Post a comment

Is Tracking Technology For You?

How we made patient and instrument tracking work for us.

Posted 10/10/07 | Cindy L. Poucel, RN | 1 comment