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One day in the OR: when every second counts

Emergency medical team operating patient on operation table.
When emergency medical teams tend to patients with multiple severe injuries, there is no room for trial and error. Instead timing, reliability and precision are key – not just for doctors and nurses but also for the tools and supplies they rely on.
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Compliance: a challenge worth every effort

Daniel troncoso with his team
Hygiene compliance can be a tough challenge for clinics and healthcare professionals, but it’s worth the effort.
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“Don’t forget us,” she said. How could I?

Cristina Sansalvador with kids
Cristina Sansalvador from Spain immersed herself in a week-long volunteering project at health centres in rural Kenya. Here she shares her story.
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Nurses have a voice. Our job is to listen.

Howard Catton smiling portrait
“Long gone are the days of the healthcare hierarchy,” says Howard Catton, registered nurse and director of nursing and health policy with the International Council of Nurses.
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The pit crew of the OR

or race car drivers, it’s the “pit stop.” For an operating room (OR) team it’s the “change over
Just like Formula One racing, surgery and risk prevention are a team sport.
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