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The Joint Commission Promotes Psychosocial Well-being of Health Care Professionals

Health care workers in the U.S. have been facing the COVID-19 pandemic for more than three months now. Stressors such as insufficient personal protective equipment (PPE), fears of infection, feelings of isolation from family, and harassment from the community for...

EA Health and Synergy Surgicalists Announce Business Merger

Synergy Surgicalists – one of the nation's top providers of orthopedic and general surgicalist staffing for hospitals – and EA Health – a leading provider of physician staffing services and specialty physician on-call compensation solutions – have announced a business...

Surgery Exchange Launches Surgery Exchange Network

To cut down on inefficiencies and waste associated with implant procedures, Surgery Exchange is offering enhanced visibility and cost savings to device manufacturers. Surgery Exchange is a specialized suite of software solutions designed to support hospitals with...

SETi Plans Online Sales for Surface Disinfection Device and Portable Air Purifier with Violeds Technology

Sensor Electronic Technology Inc. (“SETi”), the first compound semiconductor for UV LED solutions (Violeds) and Seoul Viosys’ subsidiary, launches portable air purifiers of brand “VAC” and surface disinfection devices of brand “VSM+” with Violeds technology to reduce...

Skyline Medical STREAMWAY System

The FDA-approved STREAMWAY System, from Skyline Medical, is a true direct-to-drain option for surgical suites. It provides automated collection, measurement and disposal for an unlimited amount of medical waste fluid. The system’s compact and unique design virtually eliminates health care workers’ exposure to irrigation and patient fluids. From nurses to turnover staff, the antiquated and expensive approach of physically handling waste fluid is an unnecessary exposure risk for all health care workers involved. In addition, the STREAMWAY System is eco-friendly as it addresses the millions of bloody, potentially disease infected canisters that would otherwise go to the landfill.

For more information, visit skylinemedical.com.

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