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6 Exciting Developments in Cataract Surgery

These neat new innovations could propel the specialty to new heights.

Posted 07/14/20 | T. Hunter Newsom, MD | Post a comment

Positioning Is Paramount in Orthopedics

Protect patients and ensure surgical access during hip, knee and shoulder procedures.

Posted 07/14/20 | Kendal Gapinski, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

Same-day Total Joints Set to Surge

Efforts to keep patients out of hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic could ultimately increase outpatient demand.

Posted 07/14/20 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

How to Prevent Wrong-Site Spine Surgery

Imaging enhancements and culture changes will ensure these errors truly are never events

Posted 06/11/20 | Sheeraz Qureshi, MD, MBA | Post a comment

Stretcher Chairs at Your Service

Keeping patients on a single surface throughout their stay is key to our cataract surgery success.

Posted 06/11/20 | Victoria Wiltshire, MBA, RN | Post a comment

Rely on Regional Anesthesia

Advances in tools and techniques have improved the pain-relieving effectiveness of nerve blocks.

Posted 06/11/20 | Thomas W. Durick, MD | Post a comment

Anesthesia Alert

Anesthesia Machines Provide Life-Saving Support

Posted 05/15/20 | Michael McLaughlin, DNP, CRNA/APN | Post a comment

New Thinking in Post-Op Pain Management

To move on from opioids, providers are tailoring varied regimens based on patients and procedures.

Posted 05/15/20 | Joe Paone | Post a comment

Innovations in Orthopedics

Hot takes on products that would have been exhibited at this year's AAOS Annual Meeting.

Posted 05/15/20 | John Crawford, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

The Future of Robotic-Assisted Total Joints

Improved precision, speedier recoveries and patient appeal are just a few of the reasons the robot is becoming a mainstay in orthopedics.

Posted 04/24/20 | John Berry, Editorial Assistant | Post a comment