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Perioperative Nursing2
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    • 1. Organizational Structure : The Team Concept
    • 2. Functions of the Surgical Team
      • Performance of the operative procedure according to the needs of the patient.
      • The primary decision maker regarding surgical technique to use during the procedure.
      • May assist with positioning and prepping the patient or may delegate this task to other members of the team.
      The Surgeon
    • 3. The First Assistant to the Surgeon
      • Amy be a resident, intern, physician’s assistant or a perioperative nurse.
      • Assists in retracting, hemostasis, suturing, and any other tasks requested by the surgeon to facilitate speed while maintaining quality during the procedure.
    • 4. Anesthesiologist
      • A physician who specializes in the administration and monitoring of anesthesia while maintaining the overall well-being of the patient.
    • 5. The Nurse Anesthetist
      • An advanced registered nurse practitioner who after additional training and certification in anesthesia may administer and monitor the anesthesia using the anesthesiologist as a consultant if necessary.
    • 6. The Scrub Assistant
      • May either be a nurse or a surgical technician.
      • Responsible for assisting the surgeon and assistant with instrumentation, et-ups, suture presentation, sponges, etc, while maintaining the sterility of the surgical field through aseptic practices.
    • 7. The Circulating Nurse
      • Must be a registered nurse, who after additional education and training, is specialized in perioperative nursing practice.
      • Responsible and accountable for all activities occurring during a surgical procedure, including but not limited to management of personnel, equipment, supplies, and the environment.
      • Patient advocate, teacher, research consumer, leader and role model.
      • May be responsible for monitoring the patient during local procedures.
    • 8. Paraprofessionals
      • Sterilization, rpocessing and distribution technicians.
      • Orderlies / nursing assistants
      • Environmental services personnel
      • Clerical personnel
    • 9. NURSING MANAGEMENT Effective leadership / management involves an educational process.
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      • management is about people
    • 11. Conceptual Overview
      • Management or supervision can be described as the process of getting work done with and by others proficiently and within given constraints, such as budget or available human resources.
    • 12. Role Definitions
    • 13. WHO COULD BE A LEADER?
    • 14. The word leadership can refer to:
      • The process of leading.
      • Those entities that perform one or more acts of leading.
      • The ability to affect human behavior so as to accomplish a mission designated by the leader
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      • The process of influencing others to achieve organizational goals
    • 17. Leadership
      • Informal Leadership
      • Formal Leadership
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