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Year of the Nurse - November 2020 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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7 8 • O U T P A T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • N O V E M B E R 2 0 2 0 Product News G r e a t i d e a s f o r y o u r O R Additional Protection During COVID-19 Wolf X-Ray Corporation has expanded its line of protective wear to meet your current PPE needs with Safe-T-First face shields. Made from quality sourced materials, Wolf's face shield provides added protection against airborne droplets. The blue forehead band is cushioned and latex-free, ensuring comfortable protec- tion during long shifts. Paired with a mask, this scratch resist- ant, anti-fog shield with front and back peel-off layers adds an additional barrier against viral infection and prevents absent- minded face-touching. wolfxray.com It's Time to Change Your Bandage DrySee bandages are revolutionizing wound care, allowing patients to bathe and function freely after surgery with peace of mind that their wounds won't be compromised. These waterproof bandages have an outer ring and inner gauze pad that turn dark blue when wet or when wounds leak, signaling to patients that their bandage needs to be changed. Made in the United States with 100% USP cotton, DrySee bandages are available in three sizes, can be worn for up to three days, provide protection against bacteria and decrease bandage waste. drysee.com Keep Large Cords Covered During Cases Help to keep your surgical team upright in the OR with Ansell's SANDEL Trip-No-More disposable cord cover, which is now available in a 12-inch width. The cover's bright orange color makes it hard to miss and it's easy to apply — simply cut off the required length from the cut-to-size roll, peel off the cover's adhesive backing and secure it to the floor. The cover peels off the floor easily after use and leaves no sticky residue. A 10-inch cord channel and an adhesive-free center makes it easy to adjust cords as needed during use. ansell.com

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