The March issue of Surgical Products goes back to the basics to see how little things have huge impacts for patients, but also explores some new technology.
In this Issue:
Wrong Site Surgery: Industry experts weigh in on the best, and often most simple ways, to avoid the tragic results of a wrong-site surgery.
Back to the Basics – Infection Control: Strong insights on how he basics of infection prevention can protect surgical staff and patients from the effects of HAIs.
Positive Disruptions – Simplifying OR Video Integration: With waves of new innovation in OR visualization, it can be tough for medical professionals to keep up. Simplified video systems may hold the key.
Positive Disruptions – Expanding 3D and Robotic Implementation: Can the challenges of laparoscopic procedures be overcome using 3D technology?
Positive Disruptions – Next Level Visualization: All these (sometimes uneven) disruptions in OR tech mean big purchasing decisions: upgrade now or upgrade later?
Editor’s Choice: Editorial director explains why do no har applies to patients too.
Reader’s Choice: Our readers picked Clorox Healthcare’s 4 percent CHG Skin Cleansing Kit.
Brainstorm – Patient Prep: Industry experts shared their thoughts on what they think is the simplest, and most important, eliminate of preparing patients for surgery.