Happy National SPD Week

EndoPro Magazine would like to say thank you to all the techs and workers in SPD for doing the hard work in keeping your facility healthy. It couldn’t be done without you.

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Knowledge is Safety

3 free continuing education credits from ChemDAQ Are you or someone in your department looking for continuing education credits? ChemDAQ just launched a brand new continuing education program: ‘Knowledge is Safety’, this program is worth 3 CE credits for both IAHCSMM and CBSPD! During this CE program, we will talk about Peracetic Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide and Ethylene Oxide risks, myths, ...

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Introducing SGNA 47th Annual Course: A Virtual Experience

New virtual event Oct. 31-Nov. 2 delivers up to 32 contact hours, relevant education and peer information-sharing The Society for Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates (SGNA) is pleased to introduce SGNA 47th Annual Course: A Virtual Experience, a live, virtual event taking place Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2020, with additional education available on-demand after the event.  “Because the [global health] situation has not ...

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PURE PROCESSING HIRES NEW CFO

Carrie Pasinski will lead finance strategy through evolving global economic conditions Pure Processing LLC, developer and provider of pre-cleaning stations, technologies and accessories for healthcare reprocessing departments, announces the appointment of Carrie Pasinski, an experienced finance and operations leader, as chief financial officer for the company. “The challenges of this historic COVID-19 era have reinforced the need for strong financial ...

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GI Issues in Kids With COVID-19 MIS-C May Muddy Diagnosis

— Pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome symptoms could mimic less toxic GI infections, IBD Children and adolescents with COVID-19 who developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) often exhibited marked gastrointestinal (GI) manifestations, sometimes confounding diagnosis by mimicking GI infections or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a recent case series. In a chart review of 44 pediatric patients (ages 7 months to 20 years, ...

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