Surgery safety is of the utmost importance to operating room doctors and nurses. Medical professionals do their best to maintain strict safety and sanitation protocols, but the intensity of the situation in the operating room can change on a dime.
Having a set of best practices for surgery safety that are laid out ahead of time and followed in moments of tension can make the difference between a successful operation and a dangerous situation. The following practices are a good guideline to ensure the safest operating procedures at all times.
Sign-out: Before any of the medical staff leave the operating theatre, do a final detail check. Make sure all instruments and tools are accounted for, all specimens are labeled appropriately, and any post-operative management information is recorded correctly.
Sharp Fluidics understands the importance of surgery safety in operating rooms. Please visit our website at for more information about surgery best practices.
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