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OR Nurse. 6(6):7, November 10, 2012.
Sometimes work becomes personal, such as when we or our relatives need surgery. A salute to the expertise, dedication, and advocacy of perioperative nurses during Perioperative Nurse Week.
Barlow, Jeffery D.; Warner, Corianna D.
Barlow, Jeffery D.; Warner, Corianna D. Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):8-12, November 10, 2012.
Learn about productivity standards and how they fit into managing labor and costs in the OR.
Alexander-Magalee, Mary Ann
Alexander-Magalee, Mary Ann Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):13-14, November 10, 2012.
Find out how to manage surgical site infections despite the increased number of outpatient surgeries and the increasing number of drug-resistant organisms.
Arroyo, D. Jacqueline
Arroyo, D. Jacqueline Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):48, November 10, 2012.
Follow these tips for positioning a patient for robotic-assisted cardiac surgery.
Jun, Kyung; Blaha, Jennifer
Jun, Kyung; Blaha, Jennifer Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):34-40, November 10, 2012.
The risk of retained foreign objects (RFOs) increases if unplanned changes arise during surgery, emergency surgery, the patient has a body mass index greater than 40, if more than one surgical team is involved, and if multiple changes occur in the nursing staff. Read about one facility's successful interdisciplinary approach to reducing RFOs.
Outten, Mary K.
Outten, Mary K. Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):41-46, November 10, 2012.
Generational diversity, often overlooked by nurse leaders, can present itself in differences in attitudes, beliefs, values, work habits, and management expectations, which all vary depending on the era in which the individual was born, historical experiences they've had, and advancements in the world they've experienced. Here's how to manage a multigenerational workforce successfully.
MacGregor, Ruth L.
MacGregor, Ruth L. Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):16-24, November 10, 2012.
For many patients with diverticular disease, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery is a viable option compared to open colon surgery. Benefits for patients include better clinical outcomes, significantly less pain, less blood loss, less risk of wound infection, shorter hospital stay, and shorter recovery time. Here's what you need to know about your role in this procedure.
Biddle, Chuck; Aker, John
Biddle, Chuck; Aker, John Less
OR Nurse. 6(6):26-32, November 10, 2012.
Learn about the EXIT procedure and your role in delivery of a fetus with life-threatening congenital high airway obstruction syndrome. This rare presentation of intrinsic obstruction of the larynx or trachea may be identified prenatally via ultrasonography.
OR Nurse. 6(6):24-25, November 10, 2012.
OR Nurse. 6(6):32-33, November 10, 2012.