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OR Today Celebrates Nurses on World Health Day

Today (April 7) is designated at World Health Day by the World Health Organization (WHO). It is a day to celebrate the work of nurses and midwives and remind world leaders of the critical role they play in keeping the world healthy. Nurses and other health workers are...

Lack Of PPE Poses Clear and Present Danger to Nurses

Without immediate action, limited supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilators and other lifesaving equipment will cause greater loss of life and increase the toll from COVID-19, warns the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN). AACN...

3M to Import 166.5 Million Additional Respirators into the U.S. over Next Three Months

3M and the Trump Administration are announcing a plan to import 166.5 million respirators over the next three months to support healthcare workers in the United States. 3M and the Administration worked together to ensure that this plan does not create further...

Nurse Workforce Multiplier and Protection for Combatting the Coronavirus

KnowFalls, a developer of remote patient monitoring systems, announced the immediate availability...

Anzen Safety Scalpel

Anzen Safety Scalpel has a reusable stainless steel handle similar in weight and balance to traditional metal handle scalpels, providing surgeons and techs with necessary safety features without losing the familiarity, control and ease-of-use of their current scalpels.

Anzen Safety Scalpel is weighted and balanced to provide instant familiarity, control and comfort with an intuitive design that provides effortless blade exposure. It features a slim cartridge design that does not interfere with view of incision site and the single-use protected blade cartridge makes sharps injury prevention easy and convenient. The protected blade stays retracted when attaching and detaching cartridges. By minimizing unnecessary exposure to the scalpel blade, you can ensure fewer preventable workplace injuries occur in the operating room and spend less time on the administrative pain following a sharps incident.

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