The next generation
retained sponge solution.

Simplifies and speeds an accurate count.
Helps find any missing sponges.

FASTER AND EASIER COUNTS
Up to 900 scans per second7.
Scans wet, twisted sponges without a direct line of sight.
FIND MODE
Helps guide users to any missing sponges.
Faster count reconciliation.

A full line of quality surgical sponges, laps and towels.

Programmed with intelligence.

Each sponge includes a Tally RFID label permanently attached.
Readable with Tally Scanner even when wet, twisted.
Unlike a barcode, does not require a direct line of sight to be scanned.
Soft, thin and flexible.
No bulky chip to work around.
No barcode to wipe clean.
Soft, thin and flexible.
No bulky chip to work around.
No barcode to wipe clean.
New patented RFID technology.
Fast accurate counts.
Easier scanning.
No line-of-site required.
Reduced handling of wet sponges.
FIND mode.
Faster count reconciliation.
Supportive adjunct to manual counts.
Reinforces recommended counting practices.

COMPELLING COST OF ADOPTION

Available early 2022

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References

  1. Mehtsun, et al. Surgical never events in the United States, J Surg 2012;10.005
  2. Cima RR, Kollengode A, Garnatz J, et al. Incidence and characteristics of potential and actual retained foreign object events in surgical patients. J Am College of Surgeons, 2008;248:80-87.
  3. Sloane, Todd. The high cost of inaction: How retained surgical sponges quietly drain hospital finances and not-so-quietly harm organizational reputations. Becker’s Infection Control & Clinical Quality. Aug. 2013. Web. Sept. 2015.
  4. Cima RR, Kollengode A, Garnatz J, et al. Incidence and characteristics of potential and actual retained foreign object events in surgical patients. J Am College of Surgeons, 2008;248:80-87
  5. The Joint Commission, Summary Data of Sentinel Events Reviewed by the Joint Commission, Most Commonly Reviewed Sentinel Event Types, Feb. 2019
  6. Lauwers PR, Hee RHV. Intraperitoneal gossypiboma: The need to count sponges. World Journal of Surgery. 2000;24(5):521-527
  7. Actual Tally scanning results may vary and depend on multiple factors, including but not limited to the distance between the Tally scanner and Tally sponges, the condition of the Tally sponges and the number of Tally sponges presented to the scanner.