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Do You Use Bipolar Diathermy Forceps?

Here at Elite Medical, our range of Diathermy Instruments is constantly expanding to meet evolving surgical requirements. Our latest edition to our Sieger range of Disposable Diathermy Forceps are our styles with Non-Stick Tips! Read more on the benefits here:
http://www.elitemedical.com.au/media-centre/news/the-benefits-of-using-disposable-non-stick-bipolar-forceps.html
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Get into the festive season with our colourful range of instrument protection tip caps.

Find out more here -> http://www.elitemedical.com.au/instrument-care-and-sterilisation/instrument-protection-caps.html?SID=78oa098c3dsosei5pec765agn0 
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At Elite Medical we will only be closed on Christmas, Boxing and New Year’s Day for your convenience. However we recommend that you order ahead of time to ensure you receive your goods. 
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This year Brisbane is host to the Group of Twenty (G20) Leaders' Summit, the principal forum for international economic cooperation and decision-making. Due to the enormity of this event businesses in Brisbane including Elite Medical will have a public holiday and will be closed on the 11th of November. 
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TOO BIG! too small! Just Right!- 

Are you frustrated with the lack of variety in your current electrosurgical range? At Elite Medical sourcing the right size or pattern couldn't be easier. Find out more about our range please visit-> http://www.elitemedical.com.au/electrosurgery/electrodes.html 
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Trip No More! 
In Australian workplaces electrical cords in walkways are one of the most dangerous hazards. Trip-no-more enhances the visibility of cords to prevent trips and protects your cords, creating a safer environment. To find out more please visit -> http://www.elitemedical.com.au/patient-care-and-safety/workplace-health-safety/ergonomic-workplace-safety.html 
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Do You Use Saline Bags To Position Patients?

You are not alone. The use of saline bags to position patients during surgery has become common practice throughout Australia. However, using saline bags for this purpose can cause more harm than good and can be extremely dangerous. To learn more please visit: 
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The World Health Organisation determined that one in three health related absences from work are due to musculoskeletal disorders. There are a number of influencing factors that can be challenging to prevent, as creating a workplace where employees have less mechanical loading, reduced load weight, limited exposure time, and reduced repetition just isn't efficient.  However, with the use of ergonomic workplace safety equipment, musculoskeletal injuries are easily averted. For example, using a stool to work at the correct height will aid in preventing neck and shoulder injuries which are caused from bending and over-reaching. For more information please visit http://www.elitemedical.com.au/patient-care-and-safety/workplace-health-safety/ergonomic-workplace-safety.html 
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By using single-use instrumentation in laparoscopic procedures, the risks of electrosurgical complications decrease significantly compared to reusable equipment.  

The insulated layers in laparoscopic instruments can easily wear with repeat use and sterilisation. Damaged electrodes can allow electrical currents to escape the instrument and harm the patient. The solution is simple; reduce the risk with disposable instrumentation, to learn more please visit http://www.elitemedical.com.au/electrosurgery/electrodes/laparoscopic-electrodes.html
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Want to extend the life of your surgical instruments? Use tip protection caps! Tip caps will prevent unnecessary wear and tear of valuable equipment, reduce repair costs, and protect employees from sharp instruments. At Elite Medical we provide tip caps in a vast range of sizes, shapes and colours to suit all of your instrument protection needs, to learn more please visit http://www.elitemedical.com.au/instrument-care-and-sterilisation/instrument-protection-caps.html  
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