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OR Nurse. 6(5):7, September 10, 2012.
Increased patient acuity, increasing budgets, healthcare reform, and the expectation of the nurse leaders to have equal partnerships withphysicians has challenged and is changing the nurse manager role. Are nurse leaders prepared?
Chen, Chia-Huey Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):8-10, September 10, 2012.
Is your documentation audit-proof? Learn about a constructive chart audit system that can help improve nursing documentation and reduce errors.
Allen, George Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):11-13, September 10, 2012.
The rapidly increasing volume of surgicalprocedures at ambulatory surgery centers, andthe increased complexity of those procedures, means that infection control is more important than ever.
Bigony, Lorraine Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):48, September 10, 2012.
Is your patient ready to be discharged from the postanesthesia care unit? Follow this checklistto find out.
Bragg, Krista; Schlenk, Elizabeth A.; Wolf, Gail; More
Bragg, Krista; Schlenk, Elizabeth A.; Wolf, Gail; Hoolahan, Susan; Ren, Dianxu; Henker, Richard Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):32-38, September 10, 2012.
Standardized time outs at the beginning of every surgical procedure can reduce errors. But only 80% of accredited facilities comply with this universal protocol. What are the barriers to standardized time outs, and how can they be overcome?
Hill, Kathleen M.; Kovacic-Mauer, Valerie; Powell, Melany
Hill, Kathleen M.; Kovacic-Mauer, Valerie; Powell, Melany Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):40-46, September 10, 2012.
This article details the first near-total face transplantation in the United States. Years of preparation and pioneering efforts of surgeons and nursing staff led to a positive outcome for the courageous transplant recipient.
Carlson, Dorothy S.; Pfadt, Ellen
Carlson, Dorothy S.; Pfadt, Ellen Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):14-20, September 10, 2012.
Because of the large number of inpatient surgeries performed yearly in the United States, perioperative nurses play an important role in assessment,prevention, and early recognition of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This article focuses on the scope of the problem, pathophysiology of DVT, who's at risk, perioperative considerations, treatment, and nursing interventions.
Hardy, Eva Less
OR Nurse. 6(5):22-30, September 10, 2012.
Proximal humerus fractures occur most frequently in older adults, typically women. This article describes the mechanisms and classifications of injuries in relation to the type of surgical intervention they require.
OR Nurse. 6(5):20-21, September 10, 2012.
OR Nurse. 6(5):30-31, September 10, 2012.