Why ONE TRAY®
Surgical facilities are experiencing unprecedented demands for cost controls and improved efficiency.
Yet, many facilities are wasting money on archaic practices and redundant infrastructure, because they don't have effective solutions for improving the processing of surgical instrumentation and supplies.
The challenge is managing instrumentation in coordination with the surgical case load within a rapidly changing environment; especially where emergency cases are common.
Furthermore, existing technology limits the ability to safely respond to unexpected events in the operating room. The inability to process surgical assets in response to unexpected demand negatively impacts budgets, staffing, schedules, revenues, operational performance and patient outcome.
This situation forces facilities to spend considerable resources on redundancy of instrumentation and surgical supplies to maintain a marginally adequate responsiveness.
In meeting this challenge, ONE TRAY® containers provide assured sterilization and delivery of medical devices using a standard 4 minute, 270 degree pre-vacuum displacement cycles (minimum of 3 conditioning phases).
The ONE TRAY® Container System optimizes the utilization of limited medical devices and supplies by offering significant time and cost savings that are both immediate and ongoing.
The ONE TRAY® Container System should utilize the recommended practices/guidelines outline by AAMI and AORN