Wrong site surgery has been considered a 'never event' since 2004, yet JCAHO statistics confirm it has remained the #1 sentinal event in both 2008 and 2015. What effective strategies do you use at your institution?
Now available, this course is intended to provide plastic surgeons with an overview of malignant hyperthermia (MH), the cause and pathophysiology of the disease, along with the signs and symptoms to recognize and establish the diagnosis.
Join the conversation, as we look at the use of narcotics, multimodal therapies, the rise of NSAID use, and the cost of pain management. Patient Safety Discussion hosts monthly topics regarding patient safety. The forum encourages open conversation that will be community driven and committee guided.
Editor: Michelle Manahan, MD
We’re hanging out in Hawaii, catching some sun and recording the meetings’ lectures. You’re here too? Swing by booth #58 (previously 49) and talk to us about pre-ordering the lecture packages at a 50% attendee price! Three packages to choose … Continue reading →
The post Stop by and Say Hi- We’re at AAHS ASPN ASRM 2017 Annual Meetings appeared first on PSEN Editor Blog.
Talk with other PSEN users in real time.
Plastic Surgery Education Network
444 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005
© 2016 American Society of Plastic Surgeons