Surgical Supplies

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Staffing: The Benefits of Build-to-Order Instrument Sets

Unlock hidden efficiencies when you lighten your instrument trays.

Posted 01/09/17 | Christopher Backous, MHA | Post a comment

Is Forced Air Warming Losing Steam?

Why some surgical facilities are seeking alternatives for maintaining normothermia.

Posted 01/09/17 | Bill Donahue, Senior Editor | 2 comments

Are Prefilled Syringes Worth It?

Weighing the pros and cons of ready-to-administer compounded drugs.

Posted 01/09/17 | Bill Donahue, Senior Editor | Post a comment

Staffing: Vendor Reps Are People, Too

Treat your surgical salespeople as strategic partners.

Posted 11/30/16 | Diane Doucette, MBA, RN | 1 comment

How to Run a Successful Glove Trial

With clear goals, communication and an organized plan, glove trials don't have to be trying experiences.

Posted 11/01/16 | Denise M. Korniewicz, PhD, RN, FAAN | Post a comment

Take Our Medication Management Quiz

22 questions on pharmacology principles and safe medication practices.

Posted 05/06/16 | Sheldon S. Sones, RPh, FASCP | 7 comments

Everything In Its Place

Tips to get a grip on your inventory.

Posted 04/06/16 | Kendal Gapinski, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

The Case for Pre-Packaged Medications

Patient safety is just one of many reasons you should use pre-filled syringes.

Posted 04/06/16 | Steve Vitcov, MD | Post a comment

Anatomy of a Glove Trial

Find the best fit with these 7 factors.

Posted 03/10/16 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

The New World of Drug Compounding

New regulations have improved safety, but some key distinctions are both subtle and important.

Posted 01/11/16 | John R. Karwoski, RPh, MBA | Post a comment

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