When a patient goes into surgery, theatre nurses are with them before they go under until the anaesthesia has worn off, providing continuous care. Theatre nurses are responsible for preparing all the necessary equipment for an operation and working alongside the surgeon to ensure the surgery goes as smoothly as possible.
As a theatre nurse, you will talk a patient through their surgery and explain any risks and the benefits before ensuring they’re happy to proceed. Once the surgery has finished you’ll be responsible for documenting and sterilising all the equipment used and will be expected to check on the patient as they come round from anaesthesia.
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Theatre nursing is a job that requires real commitment. As your agency we’ll have the same commitment to you, working around the clock to help find your ideal job. At Team24 you’ll be well looked after because our healthcare professionals get personalised and dedicated support from our specialist team.
If you’re ready for the responsibility of working in the operating theatre every day then you’ll enjoy a theatre nurse role. To discuss your options or for any advice, why not call us on 0330 024 1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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