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OSE_1309_part1_Layout 1 9/6/13 12:31 PM Page 21 IDEAS That Work PATIENT SAFETY Crash Cart Ergonomics D oes it matter which way the defibrillator that sits atop your crash cart faces? In an emergency, it sure does. Your defibrillator should face away from the drawers of the crash cart. This will give you much more room to respond quickly and efficiently, and let someone get the needed meds and supplies without interfering with any shocking that may be indicated. Carolyn Giglio, RN, MBA Wills Surgery Center in Northeast Philadelphia willsnortheast@aol.com Cataract | Refractive | Glaucoma Sightpath Medical provides outstanding technology. "Sightpath has allowed me to stay on the cutting-edge of eye surgery so I can provide the best possible care for my patients. To achieve a consistency of care at all locations where I perform surgery, I partner with Sightpath Medical." "I am a Sightpath Surgeon." Jitendra Swarup, MD Albemarle Eye Center To find out more about Sightpath Medical's on-demand products and services, Call 888.975.5526 or visit www.SightpathMedical.com/OS YOU ZIG, I'LL ZAG Side view of crash cart with defibrillator facing opposite direction of open drawers. 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 2 1

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