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OSE_1309_part1_Layout 1 9/6/13 12:31 PM Page 17 IDEAS That Work ALERT CLASPS On a Wristband, Green Means Go O Sherry Rogers, RN, CNOR, CASC ur circulators place a green snap-on clasp on a patient's wristband to alert anesthesia that patients are ready for surgery. The green clasp tells anesthesia that the patient can be sedated, and that all paperwork, including consents and the H&P, is completed. We use a red snap-on clasp to signify that patients have an allergy. Sherry Rogers, RN, CNOR, CASC Tullahoma (Tenn.) Surgery Center shrogers@uspi.com Sightpath Medical is my trusted partner. "As a complete turn-key solution, Sightpath takes care of everything, from installing and calibrating the equipment, to providing implementation and marketing support. " "I am a Sightpath Sightpath Surgeon." Surgeon Larry E. Patterson, MD Eye Centers of Tennesse ee Tennessee To Meet MoFe, Sightpath's Mobile Femto for Cataract solution, Call 888.975.5526 or visit www.SightpathMedical.com/OS PATIENT CLEARED A green snap-on clasp on a patient's wristband lets anesthesia providers know that the patient is cleared for surgery. S E P T E M B E R 2013 | O U T PAT I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E O N L I N E Visit Booth #436 at AAO November 16-19 to Meet MoFe

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