Fire in the OR – Cause and Prevention


Presented by Pascal Fuchshuber, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – FUSE, Fire and Fiasco – OR Safety 101

Pennsylvania health care cost containment council data–25 sec
OR fires U.S.–48 sec
typical case report–50 sec
public attention skin mole excision–1:05
common causes of fires with citation–1:1

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