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Improve Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) Biopsies by Eliminating a Common Step

Fine needle aspiration (FNA) procedures often use ultrasound gel, which can create artefacts in the specimens and lead to misdiagnosis of the patient or a non-diagnostic sample.

Have Anxiety About Your Joint Commission Audit? Achieve Compliant Logging and Consistent, Quality Disinfection – Part I

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Ultrasound Probe Daily Transport: Does Your Transport Process Control Infection or Spread It?

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International Infection Prevention in the Ultrasound Suite

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The Importance of Sterile Technique in Vascular Access Procedures

The Importance of Sterile Technique in Vascular Access Procedures

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Contrast Ultrasound

The Role of Contrast Ultrasound in Liver Interventions

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Dr. Johan Sellgren CIVCO TEE Holder

Improving Safety and Ergonomics in the Operating Room with the TEE Probe Holder

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Can a Probe Cover Simplify Your Workflow for Ultrasound Guided Procedures?

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The Joint Commission and Infection Control Compliance: Confusion or Confidence?

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Automated Reprocessing for Ultrasound Probes

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