151 Results for Supply Management

Take our medication management quiz. 22 questions on pharmacology principles and safe medication practices.

The case for pre-packaged medications. Patient safety is just one of many reasons you should use pre-filled syringes.

Everything in its place. Tips to get a grip on your inventory.

Anatomy of a glove trial. Find the best fit with these 7 factors.

The new world of drug compounding. New regulations have improved safety, but some key distinctions are both subtle and important.

Case carts carry the load. Don't overlook the critical role they play in your workflow.

Hot features in warming cabinets. The latest innovations promote safety, convenience and reliability.

Make the switch to non-latex gloves. Your team will swear off latex gloves for good if you provide them with quality synthetic alternatives.

Thin (OR equipment) is in. Declutter your ORs with small footprint equipment.

Why not have scrubs professionally laundered? Research and common sense show the advantages are too many to ignore.

The benefits of reposable instruments. Reduce waste and control costs with these part-disposable, part-reusable instruments.

All tissue banks are not the same. 3 steps to ensure your grafts are safe and effective.

Don't overlook these ophthalmic innovations. You can solve cataract surgery complications and improve efficiency without breaking the bank.

The Surgeons' Lounge: malignant hyperthermia. Is the convenience of a new MH antidote worth the cost?

Anesthesia Alert: For safe drug storage, automation's the answer. Computerized cabinets make it easy to pull meds for your cases.

How we secured frontline buy-in and ensure continued compliance. Read our 3 sure-fire steps to standardized preps.

An evidence-based comparison provides answers to your stocking questions. Why scrub when you can rub?

Have you had to rely on unfamiliar drugs to sedate patients? See our Q&A on anesthesia drug shortages.

Lessons in Medication Labeling - Staff & Patient Safety - October, 201

The Secret to Rapid Room Turnover - Outpatient Surgery Magazine - Marc

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