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Your OR Could Use Some Work
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Glasses Could Revolutionize How Surgeons Treat Cancer
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Kids Get Codeine In ER Despite Risks
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Team Seeks To 3D Print Working Human Heart
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Stanford Scientists Identify Source Of Most Cases Of Invasive Bladder Cancer
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Color Coding Barcode Data Matrix

Easily Monitor Your Warming Cabinets

Healthmark

Reassure that your warming cabinets and blanket warmers are reaching the appropriate temperature with the help of the TEMP-WIFI-TP. The monitor easily attaches outside of the door and its temperature probe can be draped over the door to the inside. Data is transmitted wirelessly via a WiFi network to a PC and viewed using the included software. It’s easy to use and produce helpful information like reports and graphs.

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Your OR Could Use Some Work

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A similar experience takes place when you are looking to make improvements to your home space or OR space. Tough questions must be asked and answered, and no project – great or small – will be successful without a properly-formed plan that’s the end result of an effective thought process...


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Planning Your OR Renovation in 5 Easy Steps

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Whether you are planning on updating an older room, changing the characteristics of a room to improve the surgical output or transforming a space to offer cutting edge procedures to attract world class surgeons, the process doesn’t change. Big or small all renovation projects follow the same rules.


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Glasses Could Revolutionize How Surgeons Treat Cancer

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A doctor recently invented glasses that could revolutionize the way surgeons and other physicians treat cancer patients. The innovation allows doctors to detect cancer cells injected with dye. Check it out...           


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Kids Get Codeine In ER Despite Risks

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Use of the drug in that setting is hardly rampant — just 3 percent of kids' ER visits resulted in a codeine prescription in 2010, the 10-year study found. But with more than 25 million ER visits by children each year, the authors say far too many kids are getting the drug when better options are available...


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A Challenging Environment Driving the Industry’s Priority Objectives

Surgical Products is the No. 1 requested brand for all of the major buying influences surrounding the OR, including Surgeons, Nurses and OR Managers, Supervisors of Infection Control, Central Services, Emergency Department and ICU, Administrators, Purchasing Directors, and Materials Managers.


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VIDEOS

Team Seeks To 3D Print Working Human Heart

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Doctors and researchers at the University of Louisville are attempting to make a copy of a sick patient's heart by using the person's own fat cells. A 3D printer would 'print' what scientists are calling a 'bioficial" heart...                  


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NEWS

Stanford Scientists Identify Source Of Most Cases Of Invasive Bladder Cancer

A single type of cell in the lining of the bladder is responsible for most cases of invasive bladder cancer, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Their study, conducted in mice, is the first to pinpoint the normal cell type that can give rise to invasive bladder cancers...


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Gene Variant Raises Risk For Aortic Tear And Rupture

Researchers from Yale School of Medicine and Celera Diagnostics have confirmed the significance of a genetic variant that substantially increases the risk of a frequently fatal thoracic aortic dissection or full rupture. Thoracic aortic aneurysms, or bulges in the artery wall, can develop without pain or other symptoms. If they lead to a tear — dissection — or full rupture, the patient will often die without immediate treatment...


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Color Coding Barcode Data Matrix

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Surg-I-Band Data Matrix Color Coding Barcode from Scanlan International offers hospitals a system to organize and track surgical instrumentation and devices. Combining the benefits of Surg-I-Band color coding with the technology of bar coding, Surg-I-Band Data Matrix is designed to offer a fast, easy, and precise organizational system.


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