Management of Surgical Smoke Tool Kit
We know exposure to surgical smoke is hazardous to the patients as well as the perioperative team members. This comprehensive resource is intended to provide the most current, evidence-based resources to manage surgical smoke in the perioperative environment to protect patients and perioperative team members.
Contact hour evaluation form
You may earn 1.5 contact hours before March 1, 2015 by completing the online evaluation in the Surgical Smoke Evacuation Tool Kit. All materials provided must be reviewed to obtain the contact hours for this activity. Register now
This Tool Kit was funded through the AORN Foundation and supported by ConMed Electrosurgery.
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