Your biggest frustrations, and solutions that work

Earnhart, Stephen W.
November 2010
Same-Day Surgery;Nov2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p125
Academic Journal
The article presents questions and answers related to nursing including the management of anesthetists who consume food and beverages while working in an operating room, the expenses related to patient billing and the management of health care professionals who text while at work.


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