RFID-enabled intraoperative item management system powered by Haldor Advanced Technologies.
Partnering with you to reach zero RSIs.
Our ORLocate Sponge Solution accurately counts and locates sponges to help prevent retained surgical items (RSIs). Its modular design accommodates any need—from standalone sponge tracking to full intraoperative item management.
- Improve patient safety
- Reduce RSI risk and liability
- Reduce time spent on manual counting and searching for sponges
- Increase counting accuracy
- Minimize the need for X-ray to detect RSIs
- Ability to expand to instrument tracking
- EMR compatible
Count on us.
Hundreds of surgical patients every year experience pain, infection – even disability or death – when a sponge, instrument or other foreign object is left behind.
Accurately counting and locating each item before, during and after surgery is essential to preventing RSIs.
No sponge left behind.
AORN guidelines recommend combined locating and counting technology to enhance patient safety.4 ORLocate is the only system that counts and locates RFID-tagged items before, during and after surgery.
Click on the images below to take a closer look.
Before surgery, scan all RFID-tagged items to be used in your case.
All counts display on the ORLocate View tablet.
After your case, remove RFID-tagged items and scan.
If there are any RFID-tagged items missing, use the Locator to scan the body cavity as well as laundry or trash bins.
Close your case with confidence when your digital count shows no items were left behind.
Contact us to schedule a demo today.
- Preventing unintended retained foreign objects. The Joint Commission Sentinel Alert. Issue 51. October 17, 2013. Available at: https://www.jointcommission.
org/assets/1/6/SEA_51_URFOs_10_17_13_FINAL.pdf. Accessed May 8, 2019.
- Gawande AA, Studdert DM, Orav EJ, Brennan TA, Zinner MJ. Risk factors for retained instruments and sponges after surgery. N Engl J Med. 2003;348(3):229–235. Accessed June 11, 2019.
- Cima RR, Kollengode A, Clark J, Pool S, Weisbrod C, et al. Using a data-matrix–coded sponge counting system across a surgical practice: impact after 18 months. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2011;37(2):51-58. Available at: https://www.jointcommission.org/ assets/1/6/JCJ_Data-Matrix-Coded_Sponge_Feb_11.pdf. Accessed May 21, 2019.
- Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). Guideline for prevention of retained surgical items. In: Guidelines for Perioperative Practice, 2019 Edition. Denver, CO: AORN, Inc.;2019:767-814.