Surgical Safety Scanner
Our comprehensive enterprise solution for instrument, scope and equipment management was developed based on the avionics model of supply chain and asset management. With a user-friendly interface, integrating with existing workflow and processes is simple. The interface provides all required documentation: location, use and maintenance of all assets, along with reprocessing and case history data.
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Increased Patient Safety
User-friendly interface to make integrating existing workflow and process simple
Track frequently used items while minimizing redundancy and used items
Track all your assets to manage, improve efficiency and optimize utilization
Accurate surgical trays and maintained equipment help reduce OR duration
Data and Reporting
Utilize RTLS and RFID technology to provide a mechanism for flexible scope tracking
Direct savings through elimination of lost instruments and time savings
Our technology offers a sophisticated real-time solution to tracking instruments intraoperatively in the most difficult of environments when zero-fault accuracy is necessary.
Utilize RTLS and RFID technology to provide a mechanism for flexible scope tracking through through the cleaning process, cabinet storage, procedure room and hospital location.
Real Time Location System technology to track all of your assets for overall management, increased efficiency, optimized utilization and improved patient safety.
Articles & References
Locating bar code labels attached to the side of each set, a technician waves a scanner across the label. The scan enters real-time data into specialized software loaded in a desktop computer where it is time-stamped with the new location and the name of the technician. In order of the SPD’s assembly-line type process, instrument sets are washed, inspected, assembled, and then sterilized. Technicians can view special instructions for handling sets.
Surgical instrumentation: The True Cost of Instrument Trays and a Potential Strategy for Optimization
Operating rooms (OR) generate a large portion of hospital revenue and waste. Consequently, improving efficiency and reducing waste is a high priority. Our objective was to quantify waste associated with opened but unused instruments from trays and to compare this with the cost of individually wrapping instruments.
Assessing the Magnitude and Costs of Intraoperative Inefficiencies Attributable to Surgical Instrument Trays
Efficiency in the operating room has become a topic of great interest. This study aimed to quantify the percent use of instruments among common instrument trays across 4 busy surgical services: Otolaryngology, Plastic Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, and Neurosurgery. We further aimed to calculate the costs associated with tray and instrument sterilization, as well as the implications…