“Electro Lube® is designed to keep tissue from sticking to electrocautery, protecting instruments from potential damage caused by the removal of eschar buildup,” said Tim Reese, president of Eagle Surgical Products, LLC.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 21, 2016
Eagle Surgical Products, LLC, today announced it will showcase Electro Lube®, an anti-stick solution for electrosurgery, April 24-27 in San Antonio at the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management annual conference and expo at booth #1201. The conference brings Central Service (CS) professionals together annually takes place in San Antonio April 24-27. The four-day event is designed to educate central service attendees professionals on best practices for instrument care, as well as sterilization and cleaning processes.
Because CS professionals are responsible for cleaning, decontaminating, sterilizing and distributing medical and surgical instrumentation, they are among the most vital contributors to the delivery of safe, high-quality patient care. For more than 50 years, IAHCSMM has been providing these professionals with the broadest range of certification and continuing education offerings available, along with the unsurpassed support that only a full-service membership organization can bring.
“Central service professionals ensure properly functioning, sterile instrumentation ends up in the operating room,” says Tim Reese, president of Eagle Surgical Products, LLC, the sales and distribution company for Electro Lube®. “Electro Lube® is designed to keep tissue from sticking to electrocautery, protecting instruments from potential damage caused by the removal of eschar buildup.”
Electro Lube® is an electrocautery lubricant used by some of the nation’s top hospitals, including Johns Hopkins, the Cleveland Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center and the UCLA Healthcare System, as well as trusted, local clinics like the Buckingham Center for Facial Plastic Surgery located in Austin, Texas.
“There is nothing more frustrating than having to pause mid-surgery to clean off eschar buildup. Not only does it take a long time, but it can also damage the instrument,” said Dr. Edward Buckingham, plastic surgeon at Buckingham Center for Facial Plastic Surgery. “Using Electro Lube® allows me to simply wipe my instrument tip rather than scrape it clean and potentially damage it.”
Reese will be at booth #1201 during the show to demonstrate how Electro Lube® is effective in preventing eschar buildup during operations.
Members of the media interested in speaking with Electro Lube® representative Tim Reese can contact Elizabeth Hilton at ehilton(at)crosswindpr(dot)com. For more information on Electro Lube®, please visit http://www.electrolubesurgical.com.
About Electro Lube
Electro Lube® is an anti-stick solution for electrosurgery designed to keep instruments clean. Electro Lube® was developed under the premise that a clean surgical instrument is a more predictable instrument. Electro Lube® helps minimize the number of interruptions during surgery by keeping tissue from sticking to the instruments and the instruments from sticking to the tissue. To learn more about Electro Lube®, visit us at http://www.electrolubesurgical.com or follow us on Twitter at @Electro_Lube.