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2019 Big Book of Surgery Supplement - December 2018

Outpatient Surgery Magazine, providing current information on Surgical Services, Surgical Facility Administration, Outpatient Surgery News and Trends, OR Excellence and more.

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6 2 • 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 These Warming Cabinets Save Steps You can monitor and control blanket and fluid temperature with a smartphone or smart device from pretty much anywhere with the TS-series of warming cabinets from MAC Medical. They come with built-in Ethernet capability and are Wi-Fi capable by adding a router. View live trends and receive text and email alarm notifications on the go. In-person control is easy thanks to an intuitive touch screen. Other standard features include multi-level user security, alarm logging and remote technical support and diagnostics. Upgrade your cabinet with options such as a full view glass door, mobile base or stand and electronic keypad lock. Custom sizes are available. For more information, call (877) 828-9975, email sales@macmedical.com, visit www.macmedical.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. A Better Way to Prevent Hypothermia Better maintain patient normothermia with Level 1 temperature management solutions from Smiths Medical. The new Level 1 Convective Warmer provides precise temperature controls to help ensure safety. It's quiet and simple to use; no calibration required. Wrap patients in comfortable, fluid-resistant Snuggle Warm warming blankets. Choose from more than a dozen sizes. Deliver normothermic fluids at consistent flow rates with the HOTLINE routine flow fluid warmer. The NORMOFLO irrigation system keep patients warm during high-volume irrigating procedures. Easily maintain optimum flow rates. Choose from a variety of temperature monitoring solutions, including esophageal stethoscopes, general purpose probes and skin temperature sensors. For more information, contact your Smiths Medical representative at https://smiths-medical.custhelp.com, use the reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Professional Services How to Power Up Patient Satisfaction Scores Execute Outpatient and Ambulatory Surgery (OAS) CAHPS surveys and put the information to work with the help of the specialists at Arbor Associates. Using personal telephone interviews, Arbor delivers accurate, insightful feedback from patients. Identify areas for performance improvement and ways to motivate staff through a statistical analysis of satisfaction drivers. Count on Arbor's 30-plus years of survey experience to better position your ASC for value-based purchasing success. For more information, call (800) 272-6795, email Kevin Cranick at kevincranick@arbor-associates.com, visit www.arbor- associates.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R V I C E S

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