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[23] Whoever removes it should communicate the removal to the circulating nurse for her/his records.
Meanwhile, circulating nurse Meena Shaji was keeping track of what is being used for the operation, writing it on a white board on the wall.
Fine removed the appendix, a Samaritan circulating nurse and a Samaritan scrub tech each performed two counts to ensure that all of the sponges and instruments used during the procedure were accounted for and that nothing was left inside Secily.
A third "circulating nurse" robot gives out right tools, while the Pod's bed monitors vital signs and administers fluids and oxygen.
Fox asked the circulating nurse, Nurse Lloyd, for the pregnancy test results and she reported that they were negative.
Intraoperatively, the circulating nurse should confirm periodically that IPCDs are in place and functioning, and that the pneumatic unit is connected to a power source for the duration of the procedure to preserve battery life.
If you are managing a VBAC patient in labor, you may want to have an anesthesiologist, scrub nurse, circulating nurse, and pediatrician hanging around.
When the circulating nurse administered preoperative antibiotics (cefazolin 1 gm in 10 ml IV), the patient complained of pain at the injection site and suddenly became unresponsive with cessation of breathing.
I was working in the operating room as a circulating nurse when I found myself physically unable to do my job.
We operated non-stop for 24 hours during this emergency; and as "acting head nurse" I was responsible for assigning scrub nurses for each surgery while I acted as circulating nurse for the all the surgeries, in addition to ensuring sterile set-ups and instruments for each new surgery.
An information station located in each room will allow the circulating nurse to operate all components of the suite as well as provide for expeditious care to the patient.