Researchers at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City studied over 7,600 deliveries and concluded in "The association between the introduction of quantitative assessment of postpartum blood loss and institutional changes in clinical practice: an observational study" (Katz D, et al.) that the systematic monitoring of blood loss with Triton was associated with improved recognition of postpartum hemorrhage, earlier intervention to control bleeding and cost savings when compared with visual estimation of blood loss.
Gauss Surgical Receives FDA Clearance for Second Generation Triton for Real-Time Monitoring of Surgical Blood Loss
Gauss Surgical, Inc. announced today that the company received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its second generation Triton OR system, a mobile platform for accurate, real-time estimation of surgical blood loss. Measurement of blood loss...