Reducing Infection After Joint Replacement

01:03 EDT 25 Mar 2019 | AdvanceWeb

Teamwork produces better outcomes and a shift in culture Collaboration among disciplines toward shared goals is an important component of patient safety. Recognizing this, nurses at Einstein Healthcare Network led a collaborative effort to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs) related to hip and knee arthroplasty. By utilizing the Surgical Unit Safety Program (SUSP) framework, the […]

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