Keep fluid waste off the floor. Today's collection and disposal solutions speed room turnovers and protect staff from harm.
Anesthesia alert: Can you spot a drug diverter in your midst? Anesthesia providers are vulnerable to on-the-job opioid abuse.
Let's get serious about sharps safety. I'm on a quest to eliminate cuts and needlesticks from the OR. Are you ready to join me?
Legislation would outlaw surgical smoke in Calif. ORs. Lawmakers press forward with a bill that would mandate the use of smoke-evacuation systems in healthcare settings.
Double-gloving a hole in one? How we convinced our surgeons and staff to double-glove.
Staffing: Avoid career burnout. 3 steps to improve your physical and mental wellbeing.
Slow down, save a life. Keeping your staff safe is a challenge in the fast-paced environment of same-day surgery.
Safety: Inside our sharps safety success. We slashed percutaneous injuries in our ORs by more than one-third.
Burning question: Are you committed to keeping your ORs free of surgical smoke?
Keep your employees free from harm. A number of hazards are lurking in your operating rooms.
Keep OR floors clear and dry. For the surgical team, safety starts from the ground up.
The finer points of sharps safety. Focus on these 4 areas to reduce risks of cuts and sticks.
Surgeon and Staff Safety: lost in the shuffle. Does your OR team focus as much on its own safety as that of the patient's?
See how we got rid of latex gloves once and for all. We made the switch years ago, and have never looked back.
Safety: Get the most out of your safety checklist. Frontline feedback and active participation help check all the boxes.
Stretcher-chairs for safer patient handling. Ready to transform your facility into a no-lift, no-transfer environment?
Is FDA's push to ban powdered gloves long overdue? Experts say severe health hazards have been well known for years.
Puncture-resistant ORs. Protect your surgeons and staff from sharps injuries with safety-engineered devices.
Where there's smoke ... If you smell charred flesh in the OR, you're probably inhaling invisible toxic gases, too.
Reduce your radiation exposure. Don't ignore the very real threats of what you can't see.