scrub sink

scrub sink

A plumbing fixture usually located in the operating suite in a hospital to enable personnel to scrub their hands prior to a surgical procedure; the hot and cold water supply is activated by a knee-action mixing valve or by wrist or pedal control.
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Egos should be left at the scrub sink and the patient's best interest kept in mind," he said.
No, seriously, the scrub sink is where they wash their hands BEFORE operating, and Dr.
Imagine a medical device sales representative and a physician walking through a hospital hallway, or at the scrub sink, and the physician needs product materials immediately.
The surgical technologist lab contains two mock operating rooms with overhead lights, surgical beds, scrub sink and equipment used in an actual OR.
The 6th Engineer Battalion plumbers updated the system by installing 35 water closets, four urinals, 30 sinks, 65 faucet kits, five scrub sinks, and three showers.
The pounds 2,000 grant from the Friends group was used to help fund the refurbishment and buy vital equipment such as an X-ray machine, operating tables and scrub sinks.
Highlighting the hospital equipment up for auction are a therapeutic whirlpool tub, Castle surgical lights, a 1996 GE Advantx x-ray machine, surgical table, and surgical scrub sinks as well as numerous pieces of medical equipment, commercial kitchen equipment and office equipment.
A member of hospital staff told Unison how raw sewage bubbled up in the scrub sinks of the main theatre and buckets were strewn around the corridors.
The labs are multi-use spaces that can be used in tandem or separately by converting to surgery simulation suites complete with surgical scrub sinks where students will perform simulated surgery," he explained.
Recognized for its blood bank, plasma and laboratory refrigerators, as well as its equipment for medical examiners facilities, morgues, and hospital autopsy suites, JEWETT also produces nourishment and medicine stations typically used on hospital patient floors, and surgical scrub sinks for operating theaters.