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Why Do ASCs Fail? - August 2015 - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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2 3 A U G U S T 2 0 1 5 | 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 A t my hos- pital, we recycle used solution bot- tles to contain our unruly cords. After we empty and rinse the bottles, we cut off their tops and bottoms and make a slit down the side. We then place the cords through the open bottles and attach them to the side of our OSI table using tape. The bottles are radiolucent, and work great when we need to keep cords away from the bed for C-arm access. Brent Klev, MBA, BSN, RN South Jordan Health Center University of Utah Hospital and Clinics South Jordan, Utah brent.klev@hsc.utah.edu R E C Y C L E U S E D S O L U T I O N B O T T L E S Another Option for Containing Unruly Cords z A BOTTLE SOLUTION Keep your cords contained using old solution bottles. Brent Klev, MBA, BSN, RN

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