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Gown Helps Reduce Risk Of Hospital Acquired Infections

January 4, 2010 5:36 am | Product Releases | Comments

The new ECT Patient Gown from American Dawn, Inc. that is designed to help prevent Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs). Features of the ECT Gown include: Generous sizing to fit most patients and reducing the need to stock multiple sizes, lowering inventory requirements.

Antimicrobial-Treated Face Mask

January 4, 2010 5:34 am | Crosstex | Product Releases | Comments

Cantel Medical Corp. (NYSE:CMN) has made a strategic investment in Biosafe, Inc. and plans to incorporate the Biosafe antimicrobial additive in a number of products. The first product to be commercialized is the Ultra Sensitive Face Mask from Cantel’s Crosstex International division, which is introducing the mask in selected markets outside the United States.

Teens Hooked On Caffeine

January 4, 2010 5:33 am | News | Comments

Does consuming caffeinated drinks during adolescence contribute to later use of legal or illicit drugs? Jennifer L. Temple, a neurobiologist and assistant professor of exercise and nutrition sciences at the University at Buffalo, is looking for answers to these three questions via a study funded by the National Institutes of Health.

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Lavender Nitrile Exam Glove

January 4, 2010 5:30 am | Kimberly-Clark Health Care | Product Releases | Comments

Kimberly Clark’s new KC100 Lavender Nitrile Exam Glove is an alternative to vinyl gloves in barrier protection, performance and comfort by keeping hands cool, creating less hand fatigue and yielding significantly more tactile sensitivity and hand movement. According to the company, the Lavender Nitrile features: The ability to keep hands cool and create less hand fatigue.

Sorting Things Out

January 4, 2010 5:29 am | by Bruce Campbell, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin Otolaryngologist | Articles | Comments

If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. -Albert Einstein     Holiday music plays in the background as I scan my Cancer Center clinic schedule for the day. Most of the names are familiar. There will be three or four new patients that I have never met, a few that are coming to the office for postoperative wound checks, a few that are returning for routine cancer survivor visits, and a few that have noticed alarming new symptoms.

Preventing SSI Through Simple Measures

January 4, 2010 5:22 am | Sage Products Inc | News | Comments

Surgical site infections (SSIs) impact nearly 750,000 individuals in the United States (1), lengthening a patient’s hospital stay for as many as ten days and increasing costs by $20,842 per admission (2). As 2009 comes to an end and a resolution on new healthcare legislation appears imminent in 2010, reform remains top of mind.

Proven Endoscopic Solution For Chronic Sinus Pain

January 4, 2010 5:17 am | News | Comments

Recent findings from the American Academy of Otolaryngology, which have been published in their journal, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , shows that upwards of 76 percent of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) experienced significant quality of life improvements after undergoing endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS).

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WHO Safe Surgery Saves Lives Checklist In A Trauma Surgery

December 22, 2009 1:42 pm | Videos | Comments

This is a demonstration of how the WHO Safe Surgery Saves Lives Checkist functions in an operation, in this case a trauma surgery. For more information on the Checklist and the Safe Surgery Saves Lives Campaign, visit www.

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Breast Lumpectomy Surgery

December 22, 2009 1:41 pm | Videos | Comments

Note: There is no audio to accompany this video PEAK Surgical has developed a family of disposable surgical cutting and coagulation tools ideal for breast lumpectomy surgery. PlasmaBlade offers the technology needed for a variety of procedures: The PlasmaBlade, which is designed to be used to cut through all types of soft tissue, including skin, fat and muscle.

How To Use The Pyxis SupplyStation®

December 22, 2009 1:40 pm | Videos | Comments

This educational video used for student orientation at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center on how to use the Pyxis SupplyStation® as a storage and supply automation solution.

Primary Pelvic Floor Repair With Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy

December 22, 2009 1:39 pm | Videos | Comments

Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) is a common advanced laparoscopic procedure offered as treatment for a number of gynecologic problems. Ideas vary among surgeons regarding optimal closing techniques of the cervix and pelvic floor.

Cleanable Kerrison Rongeurs

December 22, 2009 7:15 am | Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. | Product Releases | Comments

Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. introduces a new “Cleanable” Kerrison Rongeur.  Made in Germany using German stainless steel, Spectrum’s “Cleanable” Kerrison rongeurs feature: Gold springs, a gold screw and a gold trigger mechanism located just above the handle grip.

Optimizing Supply Management In The Surgical Suite

December 22, 2009 6:42 am | Articles | Comments

Ensure OR efficiency with the right storage solutions to manage your facility's surgical supplies December 22, 2009 The surgical suite is one of the most expensive departments in a hospital. Accounting for and sufficiently storing and tracking inventory of the multitude of supplies—from instruments to tissues implants and more—is crucial to the efficiency of the OR, and to the overall profitability of the hospital.

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I Feel Your Pain ... No, Really

December 22, 2009 6:37 am | News | Comments

If you've ever thought that you literally feel other people's pain, you may be right. A brain-imaging study suggests that some people have true physical reactions to others' injuries. Using an imaging technique called functional MRI, UK researchers found evidence that people who say they feel vicarious pain do, in fact, have heightened activity in pain-sensing brain regions upon witnessing another person being hurt.

I Feel Your Pain ... No Really

December 22, 2009 6:36 am | News | Comments

If you've ever thought that you literally feel other people's pain, you may be right. A brain-imaging study suggests that some people have true physical reactions to others' injuries. Using an imaging technique called functional MRI, UK researchers found evidence that people who say they feel vicarious pain do, in fact, have heightened activity in pain-sensing brain regions upon witnessing another person being hurt.

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