Complies with AORN 2013 Recommended Practice
“Perforation of barrier materials may provide portals of entry and exit for microorganisms, blood and other potentially infectious materials.”1
Reduces Costly Infection Risk
The average cost of a Surgical Site Infection (SSI) is approximately $33,000*. As of October 2008, hospitals can no longer bill for certain Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI). Actively striving to prevent SSIs benefits the patient and the hospital. Surgeons will appreciate the investment in sterility to prevent SSI in their patients.
Saves valuable O.R. Time
Current draping methods for navigational craniotomy procedures take anywhere from two to five minutes to drape. Navi-Crani™ can be applied in thirty seconds or less.
1 – AORN Recommended Practices for Sterile Technique. Denver, CO: AORN, Inc; 2013: p101.