Richard Wolf presents its profile at the 24th International Congress of the E.A.E.S in Amsterdam
(Knittlingen, 16 June 2016) The manufacturer of technical medical products Richard Wolf presents its ERAGON laparoscopic instrument generation at the European Congress of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgery in Amsterdam.
Particularly in contemporary medicine, the importance of efficient processes is steadily increasing on account of the rising pressure created by spiraling costs in hospitals. Precisely at this point, Richard Wolf is making an impact with the ERAGON toolbox solution. The universal compatibility of ERAGON has the key advantage that laparoscopic trays can be configured individually and on an interdisiplinary basis at the same time.
This enables optimized, uniformly constructed trays to be used in a number of departments working with laparoscopic instruments. Workflows in the operating room can be structured in a more efficient way. Interdepartmental theatre staff can always work with the same instrument set and this provides them with perfect conditions. When the tray is configured appropriately, surgeons can adopt a flexible approach to their patients and still select the suitable instrument diameter immediately before the intervention. A change from one instrument diameter to another is now possible during a procedure depending on the course of the operation.
Beyond the operating theatre, the central sterile services department also benefits from this concept. Trays designed with the same configuration facilitate fast and safe throughput. Furthermore, virtually all the components of the tray can be sourced from Richard Wolf – this means one contact partner for all laparoscopy trays, with optimum ergonomic characteristics and premium material quality.
The medical technology company has posted a OnePage on this topic online. All information on the ERAGON toolbox solution is summarized under http://ERAGON.richard-wolf.com. Comprehensive video material on products and interviews with surgeons and operating-room personnel are available online or directly at the congress booth from Richard Wolf.
Other highlights displayed at the Richard Wolf booth are the mobile solution for operating room integration with core nova and a presentation of the new PANOVIEW ULTRA telescope generation for high-resolution image quality.
Richard Wolf GmbH is a mid-sized company manufacturing medical instruments. It employs a workforce of more than 1,500 employees and maintains a global network of fourteen subsidiaries and 130 foreign representatives. The company develops, manufactures and markets a large range of products for endoscopy and extracorporeal shock wave treatment in human medicine. Integrated Operating Room Systems complete the product portfolio.