Encision has been on a mission to check the unsafe operations and is working tirelessly to create an environment where patient safety remains the top priority. Trudel explains the essentiality of AEM adoption by citing a recent encounter that highlights the grim state of reusable laparoscopic instruments where one out of every five had impaired insulation. With prior approval of the hospital for the examination of laparoscopic surgical instruments, Encision thoroughly checked the surgical devices, and the results were alarming. Encision’s cutting-edge technology detected a hole in the insulation of the fifth instrument in the tray. The consequences could have been fatal had the problem remained undetected. The examination not only saved the patient but also helped the specialist to avert rendering traumatic experience for the patient.
All AEM-based surgical instruments, whether reusable or disposable, can be used for conducting surgeries safely