This week, we were informed of some exciting products that have just been released to the market...
"Infection control has certainly changed in recent years," an expert reflected.
From vaginal mesh complications to shockingly unpleasant defibrillators, we've come a long way in surgical procedures.
Two groups launched websites with surgeon evaluations. Unfortunately, their usefulness is questionable for a number of reasons.
Antibiotic-resistant infections are, unfortunately, a very real threat across the globe.
The first true breast implant was surgically inserted in 1895.
Handling a patient is often complex and unpredictable, impacted by the patient’s physical condition, mental orientation, and personality.
Anesthesiologists are experiencing changes, but also consistencies. Julie Anderson, general manager of Sharn Inc., pointed out a couple.
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.
Another wristband fitness tracker? Maybe not.
Opioids have been the go-to for years, but they could be causing a larger issue.
The hot topic of infection control was the theme of conversation this weekend.
The only way to eliminate surgical smoke as an occupational hazard is to ensure that your facility has a policy in place.
Industry leaders remind staff they're not infallible, and the healthcare system needs to support them to prevent error.
Two weeks have passed since National Time Out Day, but remembering those meetings is important for both patients and staff.
Catheters have been used throughout history and were made with all sorts of uncomfortable materials.
The earliest mention of sutures as we know them came in 3,000 B.C., in ancient Egypt, and the oldest known suture dates back to a mummy from 1,100 B.C.