Aesculap Academy Building Competencies in Managing Surgical Instruments Training on November 8, 2013

Aesculap Academy Philippines

Building Competencies in Managing Surgical Instruments

A course designed for nurses and CSSD technicians who intend to enhance their knowledge and skills in the proper care and management of basic surgical instruments. Course topics include the instrument cycle and the factors affecting the lifespan of surgical instruments; updates on the different types of reprocessing of surgical instruments; and, recommendations on its proper care and maintenance. A workshop on visual and function tests, packaging, storage and sterilization completes the program.

Date: 11.08.2013

Location:
Aesculap Academy Philippines
15th Floor Sun Life Centre
5th Avenue corner Rizal Drive
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City

Target Group: OR / Nursing / CSSD Staff
Course Fee: 800.00 PHP (includes kit, certificate, lunch and snacks)
Max. participants: 50
Speaker: Rony Fajilagutan (Philippine General Hospital); Danessa Vergara (Faculty, Aesculap Academy)
Endorsement: ORNAP-Operating Room Nurses Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Contact:
Camia Clarita Gomez
Aesculap Academy
15th Floor Sun Life Centre 5th Avenue corner Rizal Drive
1634 Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Philippines
Tel +632 588-5612
e-mail: camia.gomez@bbraun.com

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