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2019 Big Book of Surgery Supplement - December 2018

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4 • 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 Get Certified for Joint Replacement Excellence Ensure excellent outcomes and raise the profile of your facility's joint replacement program by earning a certification from HFAP. Apply for one of two new options. Advanced Joint Replacement Certification is for ASCs performing partial joint replacements. Advanced Joint Replacement Certification with Distinction is for ASCs performing total joint replacements and other high-acuity/high-complexity arthroplasty procedures. The organization has an accreditation for acute-care hospitals as well. Learn more and begin the application process today! For more information, call (312) 920-7383, email certification@hfap.org, visit www.hfap.org, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Anesthesia Protect Patients from Cross-Contamination Meet your "Green" or sustainability initiatives, save time, money and space and protect patients in the process with the FDA-cleared and accreditor-approved circuitGuard™ breathing circuit filter. This hygienic alternative to decontamination of anesthesia equipment features exclusive Unitized Construction, which protects anesthesia circuits from contamination and protects patients from contaminated circuits. Available on contract at HCA Surgery Centers nationwide. For more information, call (800) 950-2720 x272, visit www.arcmedical.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. A Secret Weapon for Difficult IV Starts With the growth of obsesity, difficult IV starts are more and more common. Get the edge with the Introcan Safety Deep Access IV Catheters from B. Braun. Specially designed for deep vein access, they're available in four long sizes — from 1.25 inches to 2.5 inches. The extra length means more of the catheter resides in the deep veins, reducing the likelihood of complications and restarts. Use them for difficult-access patients, obese patients and procedures requiring ultrasound guidance. Deep Access IV Catheters are also designed to extend indwell time and prevent needlesticks. For more information, call (800) 854-6851, visit www.bbraunusa.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. A N E S T H E S I A

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