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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 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 This Service Makes Equipment Last Longer Extend the life of instruments and equipment while mitigating safety risks with maintenance and repair services from Paces MedEquip. Paces can fix virtually anything and everything: Scopes, video cameras, handpieces, yellowfin stirrups, table attachments, complex retraction systems and more. With the Surgical Onsite Services program, skilled technicians come to your facility for fast equipment troubleshooting in the OR and SPD. They can also provide support in other areas, such as room setup/breakdown, inspection and cleaning. Need to replace or add equipment? Paces offers an extensive line of refurbished equipment, including endoscopy systems, tables, infusion pumps and specialty instrumentation. For more information, call (678) 848-3403, visit www.pacesmedequip.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. This Brand-New Patient Financing Option Pays You in 48 Hours Help patients afford surgery and get paid fast with Surgical Funds. Surgical Funds offers access to Health Credit Services (HCS) patient financing programs. When surgery centers enroll through Surgical Funds, they can submit patient loan applications to HCS. Upon approval of the applications, patients select an affordable, non-recourse loan package fitting their budget. HCS administers the loan and pays ASCs within two days of the procedure date. For more information, call (888) 49-FUNDS (38637), visit www.surgicalfunds.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. Sharps Safety Removing Blades Safely Really Is This Easy When it's time to change scalpel blades, reach for the Bard- Parker Blade Remover from Aspen Surgical. Slide the scalpel into the device and press down on the tab. You're done! The blade will be removed without the need to ever touch it. Locking tabs keep the blade secure in the device before removal and prevent access after. Each single-use Blade Remover can hold up to five blades. Its clear lid shows how many blades have been removed. Secure the device to any surface with the adhesive. Request a free sample. For more information, speak with your Aspen Surgical representative, visit www.aspensurgical.com, use the enclosed reader service card or visit www.bigbookofsurgery.com. S H A R P S S A F E T Y

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