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operating theatre

a room in which surgical operations are performed
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Conclusion: The questionnaire was found to be an easy, reliable and practical tool for measuring the perception of operating theatre educational environment.
Humaid Al Qutami, chairman of the board and director general of Dubai Health Authority (DHA) inaugurated the operating theatre on Thursday.
OPERATING theatres across Wales are not being used properly, leading to delays and cancellations in treatment, a new report has revealed.
The unit was not upgraded when the PS842million new hospital was built and its operating theatres are due to be replaced next year.
This means that both public and private patients will benefit from an increase in operating theatre capacity in the region.
9m in the new 'hybrid' endovascular operating theatre at the University Hospital of North Durham in Durham City.
However, the fastest growing segment within this segment is that of operating theatre integration systems and surgical booms.
There is no optimum traffic plan, but guidelines are of use for limiting traffic from outside into the operating theatre department.
Successful operating theatre work is based on interdependent communication and understanding between the involved parties.
NURSES at an award-winning pounds 100million hospital are getting injured pushing open operating theatre doors.
A SHAM doctor has been arrested in the operating theatre of a top hospital after allegedly trying to steal drugs.
Almost every aspect of anaesthetic and intensive care practice can be taught within the operating theatre and intensive care unit.

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