This new research could lead to reproducing organic tissue.
Cincinnati Surgical's Retractable Safety Stitch Cutter was nominated for Surgical Products' 2015 Excellence in Surgical Products Awards.
"Infection control has certainly changed in recent years," an expert reflected.
A study found physicians who reflected on their interactions were better communicators.
Researchers found if the superbugs were introduced to a certain environment, they were vulnerable to antibiotics.
When choosing equipment, seek versatile devices to ensure use and efficiency.
Handling a patient is often complex and unpredictable, impacted by the patient’s physical condition, mental orientation, and personality.
Patients and some physicians lack education, which means not all candidates are reached.
Anesthesiologists are experiencing changes, but also consistencies. Julie Anderson, general manager of Sharn Inc., pointed out a couple.
ASA offers methods for anesthesiologists to gain a competitive edge while providing better care.
Patient experience includes interactions and physical movement through a facility.
If facilities see surgical smoke as a problem, suppliers pointed out some solutions.
While not everyone agrees it’s an issue, suppliers shared options for facilities that want more information.
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.