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What Will the OR of the Future Look Like? - July 2014 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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6 O U T P AT 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 | J U LY 2 0 1 4 RetroView ™ Gives You The Power To See It. Polyps Hide. RetroView ™ Seeks. The latest innovation from the best-in-class colonoscopy solutions provider. One look and you'll see how this revolutionary new colonoscope can help you find more disease, remove more polyps and increase efficiency more effectively than ever before. With its remarkably small retroflex radius wide angulation capacity, EC-3490TLi Video Colonoscope (RetroView ™ ) allows for greater visualization and access to the proximal side of colon folds and flexures. Even in the most challenging situations, you have the potential to improve your cecal intubation and adenoma detection rates in colonoscopy. To learn more about how RetroView ™ gives you the power to see and do more visit RetroViewSeeks.com ©2013 PENTAX America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All company and product names and marks contained within are federally registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of PENTAX of America, Inc. MK-440 Rev: B FEATURES 40 COVER STORY The OR of the Future It's about people and technology bringing out the best in each other. Jim Burger | Associate Editor 50 Can You Pass Our Immediate-Use Steam Sterilization Quiz Do's and don'ts for when you need that item right away. Byron L. Burlingame, MS, RN, BSN, CNOR 60 The Latest in Laparoscopic Surgery There were plenty of innovative devices on display in the exhibit hall at this year's SAGES conference. David Renton, MD, MPH 67 Put DVT Prevention into Practice Evidence-based strategies will help you circumvent the clot. David Bernard | Senior Associate Editor 73 New Options for Ophthalmic Surgery Keeping an eye out for innovation at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery conference. T. Hunter Newsom, MD 82 How We Added Emergency Ortho Care Putting the pieces together to provide fracture care at our ASC. Nancy K. Jipp, RN, BSN, CASC Handling Heavier Patients 7 products you need to care for today's larger patients. Jim Burger | Associate Editor July 2014 | Vol. XV, No. 7 outpatientsurgery.net 88 www outpatientsurgery.net Outpatient S urgery W Why Are We Starving Our Patients? p. 20 Immediate-Use Sterilization Quiz p. 30 Add Emergency Ortho Care p. 49 7 Handy Products for Heavy Patients p. 52 July 2014 R Magazine What Will Future Look Like? of the OR the Future Look Like? of the OR the What Will It's about people and technology bringing out the best in each other. P. 24 Proudly serving hospital, ASC and office-based surgical facility leaders for 14 years. OSE_1407_part1_Layout 1 7/3/14 8:59 AM Page 6

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