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Missouri Claims 14th State to go Surgical Smoke Free.

They don't use the official names?! A humorous look at working in the OR and dealing with (and learning) the many different names surgeons call their instruments.

While in the Expo Hall, you’ll discover the latest innovations and solutions for the OR. Be ready with probing questions to ask exhibitors so you can establish if the product is a good fit for your OR. Plus, learn what steps to take when you find something you like and want to pitch it to your team.

At the foundation of any clinical relationship is trust: trust between clinicians and patients, trust among the interprofessional team members, and trust between a new hire and the preceptor.

Get quick tips for performing a laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

Perioperative nurse = multitasking ninja. When four people call your name and there are 10 essential things to do all at once, it can certainly be overwhelming. It is essential to have a strategy for being organized.

This short infographic walks you through the steps to take to prepare the OR before the patient arrives, from finding the preference card to completing initial counts.

Find all the words related to preoperative patient skin antisepsis in this word search.

A new nurse seeks advice about the challenges of navigating through orientation.

How well do you know recommendations regarding surgical attire? Answer these 10 questions to find out.

When you come to Pennsylvania Hospital, an entity of Penn Medicine, located in Philadelphia, you can take a step back in time to surgical origins.

A new OR RN seeks advice about their anxiety about being on call for the first time.

Even with the best training, new and experienced nurses alike can forget a needed item.

They don't use the official names?! A humorous look at working in the OR and dealing with (and learning) the many different names surgeons call their instruments.

A message of support and advice for novice perioperative nurses: Always be open to learning new things.

A message of support and advice for novice perioperative nurses: You’re doing great!

We know that perioperative nursing is both tremendously challenging and extraordinarily rewarding. The goal of The Stitch is to be a community and resource to help address the challenges (clinical, interpersonal, and motivational) and to highlight the rewards.

While your values and purpose may change over the years as your role changes, one constant remains: the patient is always at the center of what you do.

It is important to identify at least one thing a day that was positive. In a short amount of time, you will be amazed at the perioperative nurse you have become.

Test your knowledge about safe patient handling and movement with this crossword puzzle.

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