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    Brittany, What a great question!  There are always questions like these about what is "required" vs "what some people think should be done". Regulatory always > Opinion. 😉 From OSHA: "PPE is required by the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard if exposure ...

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    thank you for sharing​ ------------------------------ Karen Russo BSN RN CGRN Clairton PA ------------------------------

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    Hi, We have switched to disposable savary dilators. Sent from my iPhone ------Original Message------ How often do you reprocess the dilators that have not been used? Rachael ------------------------------ Rachael Bowman RN CGRN Clarksville OH -- ...

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    Hi Judy,       It's funny you asked that. I just asked one of the dr's why we do ERCP's prone? As it is a preferable position for them to an ercp, it is taken in considered of the ability of movement of the patient. ( neck issues, back....) With the prone ...

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    The only reason you need a negative pressure room is if the Pt has TB. Otherwise it should be positive. ------------------------------ Judith Zenker RN CGRN Oxford PA ------------------------------

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