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Surgery Champions

Circulating nurses at the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY play an important role before, during and after surgery.

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Perioperative nursing is a unique specialty that upholds the highest standards of care. Circulating nurses make sure every detail is in place before surgery, all the while advocating for the physical and emotional needs of the patient. Tasked with ensuring a safe procedure, these nurses must remain vigilant for the sake of their team and the patients they serve. Nurses at the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY discuss the various roles they play in the operating room.

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I enjoyed the video and it was important to hear what the circulating nurses said about their peers learing and that they were also the newby and that it is important to remember that we all started somewhere. It also is was good that the nurses noted that you have to have a back bone and be able to take criticism and learn from it, not look at it as a personal assult to your compentency.

Kimberly Sandford,  RN, FNP-C,  private practiceJanuary 09, 2013
Aubrun, NY




     

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