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Fowler’s, Prone, Supine: Patient Positioning in the Operating Room

October 15, 2020

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Certification: This webinar is eligible for (1) CE credit. OR Today has been approved and is licensed to be a Continuing Education Provider with the California Board of Registered Nurses, License #16623.

This 60-minute webinar will feature expert Michelle Lemmons, OR Clinical Educator, as she discusses an overview, specifics, guideline recommendations, and risks of the supine, prone, and Fowler’s positions. Positioning patients for surgical procedures in the operating room is a complex and multifaceted duty. While mostly determined by the procedure needs, the case, surgeon, time, and patient-specific information must be accounted for. Throughout this presentation, we will detail general considerations for surgical positioning, re-visit the published guideline recommendations, and discuss risks and prevention of risks for the supine, prone, and Fowler’s positions. Injury prevention and emergency preparation are some of our best tools to help patients have successful surgical outcomes.

OR Today would like to thank our sponsor Key Surgical! Key Surgical is a leading global provider of sterile processing, operating room, and endoscopy products that support processes and procedures in hospitals and surgical facilities throughout the U.S. and internationally. For more information visit www.keysurgical.com.

About the Presenter: Michelle Lemmons, RN, BSN, PHN, is a Clinical Educator – OR at Key Surgical. Michelle has over 10 years of healthcare experience including admissions, OR, acute care, post-acute care, transitional care, and long term care. She also worked as a scrub nurse and circulator for the CV/Thoracic/General Team at the University of Minnesota Medical Center and is passionate about nursing, healthcare, and individuals using their strengths to support teams and realize their full potential.

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