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Manager's Guide to Surgery's Ambulatory Anesthesia - July 2015

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J U LY 2 0 1 5 O U T P A T I E N TS U R G E R Y. N E T 6 1 ask the questions that can result in antiemetic interventions, not to mention the tracking of effectiveness. Health care is moving steadily toward performance- based and quality-based efforts. By taking steps to reduce the incidence of PONV, anesthesia providers — who have a big stake in patient satisfaction — will be there. OSM What Health Care Professionals are saying about QueaseEASE... "QueaseEASE is the first thing I reach for with the start of any PONV." - Haley Arnold, RN, BSN, Clinical Supervisor REQUEST A FREE SAMPLE KIT sample@soothing-scents.com or 1-888-393-7330 AROMATIC INHALER QueaseEASE was developed by a CRNA for PONV. The aromaŸc inhaler is available in two formats: the Quick Pack disposable and the long lasŸng proprietary aromaŸc wand. Dr. Smith (csmith@aayofpa.com) is a nurse anes- thetist with Anesthesia Associates of York (Pa.) who practices at Wellspan York Hospital. He con- ducted his PONV research for his doctor of nursing practice degree at York College of Pennsylvania.

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