SUR 102 unit 4
5 categories of surgical procedures
replacement or implantation
what do the results of a diagnostic procedure provide?
information about the nature of a medical problem and the options available for treatment
what is being done in surgical reconstruction?
tissue is remodeled or replaced for functional or aesthetic reasons
preoperative sequence of a surgical procedure
scrub and circulator open the case
patient arrives from holding area and is transferred to OR bed
ACP and circulating nurse prepare patient for anesthesia
scrub performs hand antisepsis or scrub
intraoperative sequence of a surgical procedure
scrub gowns and gloves and sets up sterile supplies
first count performed
supplies secured to operative field
surgery is begun
scrub provides supplies
counts performed per protocol and specimens obtained
drapes removed and dressings secured
postoperative sequence of surgical procedure
patient transferred to PACU
supplies sorted and prepared for decontamination
disposable items are disposed of
reusable supplies transported
surgical suite cleaned and decontaminated
equipment/furniture returned to normal locations
what is the goal of repair?
to restore function to a structure, organ, or system
what does tissue replacement involve?
implantation of organ or other anatomical structure that has lost function through disease or trauma
implant derived from the patient or from another person or animal, or biosynthetic material
what lists cases and assigned personnel?
who prepares wrapped sterile supplies?
what is listed on the surgeon's preference card
instrument sets and special instruments
glove and gown size
skin prep and draping routine
intraoperative drugs, including dose and strength
surgeon's individual techniques
SUR 102 unit 4