hotdog19d 2,691 Views
Joined Aug 5, '05.
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We use wire off of those spools as well, but we cut lengths of it off and peel pack it. Maybe you could do that as well?
It is accomplished by first laying a drape and towel down with a fold with the arm then set down and another drape placed on top of that and clamped on each side of the arm. The surgeon utilizing it can't believe that we are not familiar and states that all the premier hand surgeons use this technique. The problem is that no one has ever heard of it, so I was checking to see if anyone else had. Thanks!
We still have ours as well.
We have a new surgeon who is using this technique? Anyone familiar with it? Thanks!!
I had a surgeon say the other day "I thought CSS said it would only take 30 minutes" I replied, "well I guess their time estimation is about is good as yours" I thought it was funny , but he didn't!
Do you guys? Why or why not?
We use flashpacks.
We do at both facilities I work at. It's a very good practice, and I'd say at least once every couple of weeks a wrapper will have a hole through both sides and is therefore not considered sterile.
Can anyone tell me about this school? Is this something they'd recommend?
Anyone cite on worksheets?
My wife bought me a Cardiology III from them engraved and we had no problems. I've had problems with others around Christmas though. I think it's just the time of year.
I took care of a few pt's that came down for surgery and that place is a zoo! I wouldn't want anyone I know staying there, and you couldn't pay me enough to work at Select.
asking myself if I should go for it all and apply to medical school and pursue medical anesthesiology before.
Is there any books out there that cover the basics of anesthesia? I need some of the procedures and theories described from the ground up. I work at a smaller facility as an OR nurse and it would really help me as well as the providers if I had a little more understanding of what they're doing.
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