Changes in fluid disposal methods reflect industry demands.
As marketplace options continue to grow, Surgical Products tabbed its readership for their thoughts on how new resolution and size options have impacted purchasing decisions.
Experts give some advice to those considering an integrated system.
Patient Safety Gear Inc.'s PICC Line Sleeve was nominated for Surgical Products' 2015 Excellence in Surgical Products Awards.
The study found outcomes were similar for both groups.
Researchers found this applies to all demographics.
Overuse injuries are more common than previously believed.
Increased risk for another surgery is independent of gender or activity.
Both plans were intended to provide care to those who couldn't access it.
This week, we were informed of some exciting products that have just been released to the market, including ones from Encompass Group, Halyard Health, InnerSpace, SilvaClean, SR Instruments, STERIS and 3M.
Megadyne's ZIP Pen was nominated for Surgical Products' 2015 Excellence in Surgical Products (ESP) Awards.
More research is needed, but researchers say it's a new option for patients.
Treatment should be avoided when good outcomes can be expected without it, the lead study author said.
Wear and tear impacts health and wellness of the general population, a study author explained.
The proposed model is suppose to create more accountability and save money.