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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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All participants in the study were informed of camera monitoring, but they were not informed that they were being monitored for surgical scrub duration during the initial four weeks.
Investigators obtained aerobic and anaerobic bacterial cultures of the vaginal field from both groups preoperatively, 30 minutes after the surgical scrub, and hourly thereafter for each patient.
Two kinds of alcohol-based rubs--a common waterless form and a newer water-aided form--were compared with a standard iodine brush-based surgical scrub in a randomized trial by volunteers from the surgical services at a community hospital.
Two kinds of alcohol-based rubs-a common waterless form and a newer water-aided solution-were compared with a standard iodine brush-based surgical scrub in a real-life randomized trial by volunteers from the surgical services at a community hospital.
After a long stint in the military where his duties included hospital corpsman, operating room technologist and field medical technician, he worked as a surgical scrub technician in the private sector before turning his sights on life as a student.
Tenders are invited for Providing and fixing stainless steel surgical scrub sink in o.
For the majority of SSIs, the primary source of contamination is the patient's skin, so it comes as no surprise that patient skin preparation and the use of an appropriate antiseptic agent to perform preoperative surgical scrub are among the key recommendations to address patient risk factors included in the "Compendium of Strategies to Prevent Surgical Site Infections in Acute Care Hospitals: 2014 Update," led by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) and the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA).
O'Saughnessy M, O'Mailey VP, Corbelt G, Given HF 1991 Optimum duration of surgical scrub time British Journal of Surgery 78 685-696
In addition, staff working on af fected wards wear green surgical scrub suits rather than standard uniform, which are disposed of at the end of each shift.
In addition, staff working on affected wards wear green surgical scrub suits rather than standard uniform, which are disposed of at the end of each shift.
Some surgical scrub solution was out of date and not all alcohol hand pumps had gel in them;