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Urology is at a crossroads regarding its key tools: flexible cystoscopes and ureteroscopes....

I used to love traveling for work. In my 20s, there was nothing better than having my job fly me out to a city I’d never visited....

Glass- or steel-walled operating rooms, which have been popular in Europe for some time, are a growing trend in U.S. ORs as the focus on infection prevention increases...

IV poles are critical for patient care, but these OR staples come with a major flaw: The wheels often become jammed and entangled with wires, creating a nuisance for staff...

Circulators were having difficulty locating implants in the implant room at OAM Surgery Center at MidTowne, an orthopedics-only ASC in Grand Rapids, Mich....

Whether it’s cracked instrument marking tape, a miniscule chip out of the jaw of the needle holder or a jaw that has somehow become “sticky,” there are plenty...

There are a dizzying amount of medication safety requirements and best practices you are expected to comply with every day....

The enduring threat of surgical site infections (SSIs) is alarming....

An effective fluid waste management system is a necessity for a busy orthopedic center. After all, the specialty is famous for its messy, fluid-filled cases....

It’s a simple proposition: mark the site of surgery on the patient so it’s clear where the incision should be made....

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