Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 12, 2016
Eagle Surgical Products, LLC, today announced it will demonstrate Electro Lube®, an anti-stick solution for electrosurgery, May 14-17 at the American College of Gynecology (ACOG) Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting in Washington D.C. at booth #445. The conference brings together leaders in women’s health to discuss the latest in scientific innovation and clinical best practices for obstetrics and gynecology.
“OB/GYNs deal with one of the most sensitive areas of the body, making it vital for instrumentation to remain clean and avoid sticking to tissue and causing thermal spread,” says Tim Reese, president of Eagle Surgical Products, LLC, the sales and distribution company for Electro Lube®. “Since Electro Lube® helps prevent eschar buildup, it is an excellent tool for OB/GYBNs, making ACOG an optimal venue to spread awareness of the different types of instrumentation that can utilize the product.”
OB/GYNs are utilizing Electro Lube® at 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 local clinics like Renaissance Women’s Group.
Devin Garza, OB/GYN, Texas Institute for Robotic Surgery – Epicenter Mentor Surgeon, Intuitive Surgical, Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery, at Renaissance Women’s Group, Austin, TX, explains that Electro Lube® keeps patients safer by reducing the need to re-cauterize the same tissue.
“When you are close to vital structures you want to minimize thermal spread, and if you have to keep coagulating bleeders in the same area, you get thermal spread,” says Garza. “Electro Lube® gives me cleaner seals. I’m using it in almost all of my laparoscopic cases, but if I’m assisting a colleague and they don’t have it, it’s like night and day. Everyone I know that has used it wants it. It’s frustrating without it.”
Electro Lube® representative Tim Reese will be at booth #445 during ACOG to demonstrate how OBGYNs can utilize Electro Lube on instruments such as cutting forceps, kleppingers, loop electrodes, bipolar forceps, curved hot scissors and robots.
Members of the media interested in speaking with 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.