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Surgical safety and efficiency

The difference of helping to reduce the risk for infection and improve efficiency in the operating room

Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a large financial burden and they negatively impact a patient's quality of life

1.7 million

Patients are infected with healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) every year1

HAIs cost $30 billion

To the healthcare system annually1

30% of all HAIs

Are SSIs2

Did you know…

A 1.5-hour increase in general surgery duration = 2X increase in the probability of infectious complications.3

We can help you reduce the risk for infection through properly managing your OR workflow and inventory, including ensuring that the right products and instruments are on hand when you need them.

We'll partner with you to assess your current methods from consult to recovery, then help you implement and sustain best practices based on how BD solutions can help deliver better clinical and economic outcomes.

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Overview
Goals
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Goals

Improve workflow and inventory while reducing the risk for infection

  • Minimize the risk for infections
  • Optimize the OR and sterile processing department workflow and procedure costs
  • Streamline HAI identification for early intervention

Technologies

Through our BD? Surgical Safety and Efficiency Program, we use a baseline assessment to provide recommendations on how BD solutions can address identified gaps and improve performance in people, processes and technologies.

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Approach

Actionable insights from an industry leader

  • Review and assess current practices and protocols for OR safety and efficiency
  • Provide recommendations based on baseline assessments of how BD solutions can address identified gaps and improve performance in people, processes and technologies

Overview

The BD? Surgical Safety and Efficiency Program is an integrated solution that is designed to help reduce the risk for infection with patients in the OR while improving efficiency in the management of surgical instruments and inventory.

Improve workflow and inventory while reducing the risk for infection

Improve workflow and inventory

Reduce the risk for infection

Products

Optimize from consult through recovery

Integrating preoperative patient cleansing as a best practice helps to minimize the bacterial load on skin that can cause infection.

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StartClean patient cleansing program »

Selecting appropriate infection prevention products, such as surgical clippers, surgical skin prep and surgical hand scrubs—and using them according to their Instructions for Use—can help reduce the risk of bacterial contamination in the OR.

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BD ChloraPrep? patient preoperative skin preparation products »

Discover our preprocedure hair removal technologies

ClipVac? presurgical hair removal system »

Surgical clippers »

Having the correct, properly cleaned instruments available when needed and utilizing appropriate products during each procedure may reduce unnecessary costs in the OR, improve safety and outcomes, and reduce unnecessary surgical delays.

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Hernia repair and fixation »

Genesis? sterilization container »

IMPRESS? instrument management system »

V. Mueller? and Snowden-Pencer? laparoscopic instruments »

V. Mueller? and Snowden-Pencer? open instrumentation »

BD Pyxis? SupplyStation? inventory management system »

Facilitating timely patient intervention by identifying, monitoring and reporting HAIs can help optimize house-wide surveillance and antimicrobial stewardship efforts.

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BD MedMined? Surveillance Advisor »

 
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  2. Prep
  3. Procedure
  4. Recovery
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 References
  1. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Fact sheet: ending healthcare-associated infections. https://www.ahrq.gov/sites/default/files/publications/files/haicusp.pdf. Published October 2009. Accessed May 2, 2018.
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Healthcare-associated infections progress: national acute care hospitals, 2016. https://www.cdc.gov/hai/pdfs/stateplans/factsheets/us.pdf. Accessed May 2, 2018.
  3. Procter LD, Davenport DL, Bernard AC, Zwischenberger JB. General surgical operative duration is associated with increased risk-adjusted infectious complication rates and length of hospital stay. J Am Coll Surg. 2010;210(1). doi:10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2009.09.034.

Improve workflow and inventory

  • Reduce procedural variability through proper product selection and utilization
  • Improve productivity through streamlined and scalable instrument management and inventory distribution
  • Reduce supply costs through perpetual inventory system and process standardization
  • Minimize errors and improve charge capture through supply automation
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Reduce the risk for infection

  • Improve preoperative cleansing compliance through a patient reminder system
  • Support infection control guidelines through skin prep protocol and proper instrument sterilization
  • Limit immediate-use steam sterilization (IUSS) through proper resource and instrument management
  • Identify HAIs and streamline antimicrobial stewardship efforts through surveillance and process improvement
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