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Karon, A. (2015). Noisy OR linked to communication gaps, surgical site infections. ACS Surgery News, Retrieved April 7, 2018, from https://www.mdedge.com/ ... tion-gaps-surgical-site 
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Categories: Health
Keywords: Hospitals, Noise, Operating Room
Creators: Karon
Publisher: American College of Surgeons (USA)
Collection: ACS Surgery News
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Popular summary of four studies of which two relate to errors in the OR blamed on noise: and (Way, Long, Weihing, Ritchie, Jones, Bush, & Shinn 2013; Katz 2014).



Katz, J. D. (2014). Noise in the operating room. Anesthesiology, 121(4), 894–898.
Way, T. J., Long, A., Weihing, J., Ritchie, R., Jones, R., & Bush, M., et al.. (2013). Effect of noise on auditory processing in the operating room. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 216(5), 933–938.
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