Fuse endoscope system is a proprietary arrangement of three small cameras on
a flexible GI endoscope. By using three cameras, the Fuse system allows doctors to see nearly
twice as much surface area as they can with traditional endoscopes that only use one camera.
Because of folds that occur naturally in the colon and stomach anatomy, problem areas can eas-
ily go undetected when using traditional endoscopes. The Fuse system allows GI doctors to see
CS-iQ Sterile Processing Workflow Management Software
CS-iQ Sterile Processing Workflow Management Software from
promotes productivity, traceability,
and compliance within the CS department to support ORs. As functionality is added by each module, the
benefits increase, taking the entire perioperative workflow from reactive management to proactive planning
and scheduling and helping ORs achieve higher levels of performance.
and improve overall
ing. When adjusted
to its maximum
open position, the
to optimal cleaning in the instrument washer, and then can be adjusted to
the width suitable for placement in a sterilization tray. This allows hospitals
to reduce their inventory of stringers and seamlessly prepare stringed instru-
ments from cleaning to sterilization.
Absorbent Mat is
an absorbent mat
with an adhesive
bottom that stays
put, no matter
what. The mat absorbs and retains up to three liters of liquid to help keep
operating room floors clean and safe. The Mat has been tested and certified
by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) as a high-traction surface which
can reduce slip and fall claims by as much as 90 percent when used as part of a
Floor Safety Program.
The Wrong Site Sleeve by
Patient Safety Gear, Inc.
marks the surgical site with
a skin marker which is placed on the patient’s “wrong limb” to avoid any mistakes
once the patient is taken to the operating room. The safety sleeve’s fluorescent
orange color alerts medical staff once again of the wrong limb for surgery. While a
surgical time out is required prior to the start of surgery, Wrong-site surgery contin-
ues to be a problem nationwide. The WRONG SITE Sleeve can be added to your
hospital’s existing policy for extra protection.
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