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2019 Big Book of Surgery Supplement - December 2018

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2 6 • S U P P L E M E N T T O O U T PAT I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT Surgeons Love This Lighted Electrosurgical Pencil Surgeons can see exactly what they are trying to cut or coagulate with the NOVA Surgical Light Source from PAR√â Solutions LLC. This electrosurgical pencil uses LED lights to illuminate even deep surgical site targets. No need for uncomfortable headlamps or lighted retractors. An innovative design virtually eliminates shadows, glare and thermal hazards. Pushbuttons and a light switch make it easy to toggle between cut and coag modes and intermittent and constant light. NOVA connects to all standard electrosurgical generators. For more information, call (303) 689-0187, email info@pare.net, visit www.pare.net, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Wow, Now That's Bright! Surgeons cannot believe their eyes when they use the X5 surgical headlight from Ronin. It delivers more than 350,000 lux of brightness, illuminating even the darkest areas. Choose from 10 brightness levels for optimal intensity. An adjustable 1.75- inch to 5-inch spot diameter gives surgeons even greater light control. The X5 is wireless, allowing complete mobility in the OR. Extended battery provides six-plus hours of use at maximum brightness. Weighing just 6.2 ounces, your surgeons might forget they even have it on. Free trials available! For more information, call (415) 226-9414, visit www.roninsurgical.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Infection Control Prevent SSI With This Long-Lasting Nasal Swab Eliminate potentially harmful bacteria living in your patients' nostrils with the 3M Skin and Nasal Antiseptic. Designed for preoperative use, application only takes minutes, lasts for hours, and reduces infections caused by MRSA and other Staph bacteria. Start one hour before surgery. Clean the nostrils with a tissue. Dip a swab into the 3M solution and stir for 10 seconds. Insert the swab into a nostril and rotate for 15 seconds, covering all surfaces. Do the same for the inside tip of the nostril. Using a new swab, repeat for the other nostril, then repeat in both nostrils using fresh swabs. The solution is drip-resistant and non-irritating. Free samples! For more information, visit www.go.3M.com/TrustedScience, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. I N F E C T I O N C O N T R O L

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