Company’s oxidizing chemistry is safe for patients, staff and devices for disinfection in the GI suite STERIS Corporation offers Resert XL HLD High Level Disinfectant, a new non-aldehyde solution, for hospitals and health centers. According to the company, the Resert XL HLD High Level Disinfectant is a broad-based microbicide-based on AHP™, a proprietary formulation from Virox Technologies that utilizes hydrogen peroxide as the active agent.
For a time during college, I worked as a waitress to make a little extra cash. Needless to say, it didn’t go so well. While waitressing is a great job for those with the patience and personality for waiting on people, it was definitely not the position for me. It wasn’t long before I sought out a different job more along the lines of what I wanted to do.
The AirPal RAMP (Rapid Airway Management Positioner) is a medical device to assist in safe patient handling and positioning for Airway Management. Proper patient positioning during direct laryngoscopy is frequently overlooked by novice intubators. Manual attempts are nonstandard, unreliable and extremely time inefficient.
Clare Williams Tager, BSE, is the President of High Country Medical and an Educator and Consultant for Allen Medical Systems. She has worked for the past 18 years in thousands of operating rooms with OR nurses and surgeons, observing different procedures, new technologies, trends, and determining both correct and incorrect ways to position patients.
Dan Allen received his BFA from Kent State University and in 1976 he began a career long commitment to the study of anatomy and physiology relating to surgical patient posturing and positioning. He is the inventor of the Allen Universal Stirrup and the retired founder of Allen Medical Systems and has been involved in the development, pioneering and marketing of innovative OR devices, posturing equipment, pressure management and pressure sore prevention products during his 30 year career in the medical device industry.
Toyota's system, developed in a collaboration with researchers in Japan, is among the fastest in the world in analyzing brain waves, it said in a release Monday. Past systems required several seconds to read brain waves, but the new technology requires only 125 milliseconds — or 125 thousandths of a second.
Data shows expandable tissue anchors remain in place up to 12 months SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- New data show that surgeons can use USGI Medical Inc.'s (USGI) Incisionless Operating Platform™ (IOP) to durably reduce the size of the stomach pouch and stoma in Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB) patients who are regaining weight because this portion of their anatomy has stretched since their original surgery.
State-of-the-art medical grade high definition microsurgical imaging technology used at the Cincinnati Eye Institute Cincinatti, OH – June 2009- Dr. Christopher Riemann, a leading vitreoretinal surgeon specializing in minimally invasive microsurgical techniques has incorporated full high definition imaging into his operatory which is devoted exclusively to microsurgery of the retina.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) continues to ignore mention of routine anesthesia over medication risks in the content of its newly launched 'Anesthesia & Me' site. Routine anesthesia over medication affects 99.9% of patients having anesthesia without brain monitors.
Maria Cheng, AP Medical Writer LONDON (AP) — Two new techniques to preserve and transplant ovaries might give women a better chance to fight their biological clocks and have children when they are older, doctors announced Monday. In the past, scientists have performed ovarian transplants in women with cancer, since chemotherapy often causes infertility.
Mike Stobbe, AP Medical Writer ATLANTA (AP) — A potential fall swine flu immunization campaign may involve an unprecedented 600 million doses of vaccine, though officials said they haven't figured out how to administer so many doses or accurately track side effects if a seasonal vaccine is given simultaneously.
Maria Cheng, AP Medical Writer LONDON (AP) — Women who have their stomachs stapled not only lose weight, they also may reduce their cancer risk by up to 40 percent, new research says. In a study of more than 2,000 obese people who had surgery to reduce the size of their stomachs, Swedish researchers found women who had the procedure were less likely to get cancer than those who did not.
Neonatal Whole Body Cooling is shown to improve outcomes for newborns meeting the requirements for HIE. 1,2 Cincinnati Sub-Zero’s Blanketrol III with it’s “Gradient Technology” and the Kool-Kit® Neonate provide accurate and safe patient temperature management.
IRVING, Texas, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Primary care physicians are in greater demand today than any other type of doctor, according to a new report by national physician search firm Merritt Hawkins & Associates, an AMN Healthcare company. The firm's 2009 Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives tracks over 3,200 physician recruiting assignments Merritt Hawkins conducted from April 1, 2008, to March 31, 2009.
Just as a pre-cursor, this column will not be another generic rambling related to the status of our economy and its impact on your professions. First, because the mainstream media continues to bombard us with more than enough fiscal information on a daily basis. Second, you know better than anyone how tighter budgets have restricted some purchasing levels and that patients regrettably have to make tougher medical decisions based on personal finances.