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Recommendations to Reduce Surgical Fires and Related Patient Injury: FDA Safety Communication

Recommendations to Reduce Surgical Fires and Related Patient Injury: FDA Safety Communication   Date Issued: May 29, 2018 Audience: All health care professionals involved in surgical procedures, including: surgeons, surgical technicians, anesthesiologists, anesthesiologist assistants, certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA), physician assistants, nurses, etc. Health care facility staff responsible for patient safety and risk management. Purpose: The …

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Jackson Medical’s GloShield Leads the Way in Making “Never Events” Obsolete in the Operating Room

Overheating lighting instruments coupled with human error are a leading cause of intraoperative fires and patient burns. The healthcare system refers to these as “never events” so they should never happen, right? But, data suggests that they occur more than twice a day. This was a red flag for co-founders James Rains and Kamil Makhnejia. …

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