Outpatient Surgery Magazine

2020 Big Book of Surgery

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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5 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 9 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT This Device Marks Injection Sites Under Fluoroscopy Quickly and Safely Mark injection sites perfectly and precisely under fluoroscopy with Accumark from Viscot Medical. Simply align this radiopaque site marker under fluoroscopy, press down on the device and hold and you'll have a gentian violet circle exactly where the injection should take place. Since application is fast and only requires one hand, there's less exposure to radiation. Single-use design reduces infection risks. See how Accumark works at www.bit.ly/accumark For more information, call (800) 221-0658, email viscotcs@viscot.com or visit www.viscot.com Make Your OR Safer With These Communication Boards Eight out of 10 sentinel events occur because of failure to communicate. Help prevent them with Communication Boards from Viscot. For hanging in ORs and patient rooms, they can assist with sharps counts, fire safety, time outs or any other topic you desire; they are fully customizable. Disinfectant-safe and easy to clean, Value Boards can be custom fitted to your existing whiteboards; no need to make new holes. Premium Boards come on a four-sided flip frame and have replaceable graphics. Choose from seven sizes. No minimum order required. Purchase more and save! For more information, call (800) 221-0658, email viscotcs@viscot.com or visit www.viscot.com Be Safe and Compliant With Tat Markers Say goodbye to adhesive site markers and hello to Tat Markers from Viscot Medical. They're temporary, tattoo-style site markers that cannot be moved or altered once placed, making them Joint Commission compliant. Surgeons can countersign directly over the site marker. You can remove both the Tat Marker and the surgeon's initials in recovery with Transpore tape. No scrubbing of fragile elderly skin necessary. Ideal for use with Hibiclens, Betadine and Duraprep, where vigorous scrubbing is not required, and a great alternative to the unsightly purple mark for cataract surgery. See a demo at bit.ly/tatmarker For more information, call (800) 221-0658, email viscotcs@viscot.com or visit www.viscot.com

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