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OR Nurse. 9(6):6, November 30, 2015.
Celebrate your profession just in time for Perioperative Nurses Week, by becoming a peer reviewer. You will provide credibility to the journal, enhance your perioperative nursing practice, and improve patient care.
Griffin, Janice; McLean, Melvin; Saulan, May
Griffin, Janice; McLean, Melvin; Saulan, May Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):8-9, November 30, 2015.
Surgical instruments are becoming more complex for newer, minimally-invasive procedures. These instruments benefit patients by making smaller surgical incisions that lead to faster recoveries. But their intricate designs create challenges for maintaining, cleaning, and sterilization.
Bartlett, Susan Elizabeth
Bartlett, Susan Elizabeth Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):10-11, November 30, 2015.
It is crucial to minimize the risk of exposing all patients to bacteria, but this article specifically discusses preventing hospital-acquired infections during an endoscopy.
Kunwar, Tarun Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):12-13, November 30, 2015.
Wearable technologies, such as Google Glasses, help track vitals, serve as multipurpose, general assist devices and may help make surgical procedures more efficient.
Kennedy, H. Lynne
Kennedy, H. Lynne Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):48, November 30, 2015.
Get tips for you and the rest of your team on limiting interruptions and reducing noise in the perioperative setting to increase patient safety.
Meacham, Kimberly L.; Odhner, Margaret; Norsen, Lisa H.; More
Meacham, Kimberly L.; Odhner, Margaret; Norsen, Lisa H.; Schmidt, Ellen; Rowe, Karess Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):32-38, November 30, 2015.
The fast track to recovery discussed in this article optimizes a patient's perioperative course by reducing the stress of surgery, decreasing surgical complications, and accelerating postoperative recovery.
Swift, Lystra M.; Carlos, Grace; Beresford, Marcia; More
Swift, Lystra M.; Carlos, Grace; Beresford, Marcia; Patane, Michael; Enright, Olivia; Langone, Stephanie; Leitao, Mario M. Jr.; Laudone, Vincent Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):40-45, November 30, 2015.
Robotic surgery is performed through small incisions using surgical instruments attached to robotic arms. Each member of the team is instrumental in the overall success of the program.
Nahabedian, Maurice Y.; Nahabedian, Anissa G.
Nahabedian, Maurice Y.; Nahabedian, Anissa G. Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):14-21, November 30, 2015.
Learn about the various strategies for preoperative optimization, intraoperative technical innovations, and postoperative care that were developed to assist with enhancing surgical outcomes following abdominal wall reconstruction.
Strauss, Penelope Z.; Lewis, Matthew M.
Strauss, Penelope Z.; Lewis, Matthew M. Less
OR Nurse. 9(6):24-30, November 30, 2015.
Postanesthesia care unit (PACU) nurses encounter many emergencies. Three of the most critical events that PACU nurses face requiring emergency intervention are: residual neuromuscular blockade, acute postoperative hypertension and acute hypotension.
OR Nurse. 9(6):21-22, November 30, 2015.
OR Nurse. 9(6):30-31, November 30, 2015.
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