This article captures the consistent feedback and success New Wave Surgical is receiving from surgeons, nurses and materiels managers.
Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) May 21, 2012
New Wave Surgical Corp. based in South Florida, recently had its product evaluated in “Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology.” D-H.E.L.P.® (Defogging Heated Endoscopic Lens Protector system) was analyzed and reviewed, unsolicited, by medical editor James A. Greenberg, MD. Dr. Greenberg is an Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School. The article is a positive testimony to the product in which Dr. Greenberg analyzes and scores D-H.E.L.P. The product is a single-use, disposable medical device used to eliminate fogging and wash fats, blood, and other debris from laparoscopes. With this product, there is a nice balance between clinical success and value.
D-H.E.L.P. is a compact device in which the heating element will warm the antifogging fluid for up to 5 hours. It is easy to function and is activated 5 minutes prior to the procedure. During the testing phase, D-H.E.L.P. worked perfectly. The scopes placed in D-H.E.L.P. while the cases were starting up never needed to be taken out to be cleaned for the duration of cases – worthy of a perfect “5” score in design and functionality. The product is user-friendly, scoring “4.5” in innovation and was scored “4” for value. The product’s overall score was a solid “5.”
Alexander Gomez, President and Founder of New Wave Surgical commented, “We are most pleased with this highly complementary review. This article captures the consistent feedback and success we are receiving from surgeons, nurses and materiels managers. This ties to our strong sales growth and market penetration." To read the article, please click http://eprintcarrier.com and then enter access code DHELP.
New Wave Surgical Corp. is a medical device development company founded in 2004 to design, patent, and market medical devices for the laparoendoscopic surgical markets. Development of the D-HELP® device was accomplished with the participation of leading surgeons, surgical residents, and operating room staff. The D-HELP is a sterile disposable multifunctional device designed for use in all laparoscopic procedures. The device combines the functions of several supplies currently purchased by hospitals into one simple-to-use device. D-HELP also encompasses valuable new functions that have heretofore been entirely unaddressed in laparoscopy. FDA 510k clearance was received for D-HELP in October 2006 and the product was commercially launched in October 2007. NWS has been granted three US patents, and has two US patents and four international patents pending.