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Service for Surgery

Dr. Aguila hopes his efforts inspire other providers:
"Performing procedures in exchange for volunteer work is part of my mission to provide world-class surgical care patients can afford."

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MUST READS

Has COVID-19 Changed Anesthesia Care for Good?

Many emergency practices and protocols could stick around after the pandemic.
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Ideas That Work: Discharge Instructions

This medical center literally mugs its patients on the way out the door with info about anesthesia side effects.
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How Long Should Surgery Be Delayed After COVID-19 Diagnosis?

Statistically striking finding emerges from the largest collaborative surgical study ever performed.
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CURRENT ISSUE: April 2021

April 2021
Staying Ahead of SSIs

Identify gaps in care and act quickly to implement protocols that improve infection prevention practices.
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Top-Notch Total Joints

Finely tuned clinical protocols and patient-centered care are the keys to taking your program to the next level.
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SPECIAL EDITION: HOT TECHNOLOGY

Special Edition
Advances in Abdominal Surgery Robots

The prospect of new platforms coming online could lead to an increased use of robotics in outpatient facilities.
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Technology Gives Patients Hope

Q&A with Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, MD, FAANS, FACS, world-renowned Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon and star of Netflix’s The Surgeon’s Cut.
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NEW OPPORTUNITIES

 
Cardiovascular Care Is the Next Big Thing

CMS keeps approving more cardiac diagnostic and interventional procedures at ASCs, but adding this line isn’t a simple task.

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IT’S BEEN A YEAR…

 
COVID Diary: Love, Loss and Hope

AUA Surgical Center lost a beloved nurse to the virus. Find out how (and why) its devastated staff carried on in her memory.

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Photo of the Week

 
Shots in the Arm

Staff members at the Ambulatory Surgery Center of Greater New York in the Bronx show off their COVID-19 vaccination cards. The team received their doses as the vaccine rollout boosts hope for nationwide optimism and a return to normal life.
PHOTO CREDIT: Erin Duffy


Breakroom Q&A

New AAOS President Discusses What’s Next in Orthopedics

Daniel K. Guy, MD, FAAOS, discusses the continuing migration of procedures to outpatient settings, challenges facing the specialty, and more.
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FOCUS ON ORTHO

Should You Add Uni-Knees?

Learn why partial knee replacements could provide a total solution for certain patients.
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