MediPurpose introduces Anzen™ Safety Scalpel to Ambulatory Surgery Centers at ASCA 2018May 24, 2018
82% of Attendees surveyed have witnessed or experienced a sharps injury
Duluth, GA – MediPurpose, a medical products company specializing in sharps safety devices, introduced the Anzen™ Safety Scalpel to attendees at the ASCA 2018 Conference.
The ASCA 2018 Conference provided attendees with the latest clinical, regulatory, business and financial information from expert speakers and exhibition partners to help ASCs succeed.
Patrick Yi, CEO and founder of MediPurpose, said – “MediPurpose has just finished simulated use testing of the Anzen™ Safety Scalpel, and we are now looking for beta test sites” said Yi.
Yi added, “Based on our survey results from the conference, the majority of attendees have either witnessed or personally experienced a sharps injuries. This shows the importance of sharps safety in healthcare facilities and we believe that our Anzen™ Safety Scalpel will be able to reduce sharps injuries in the surgical setting”.
MediPurpose, founded in 1999, develops, manufactures, and distributes superior sharps safety devices including the Anzen safety scalpel, SurgiLance safety lancets and MediPlus wound care products. MediPurpose has leveraged its success in the medical device industry to become a master medical product distributor that provides unique solutions for both medical product manufacturers and medical product distributors.
MediPurpose’s Medical Device Innovation division offers angel funding and developmental expertise for new medical device inventors and innovative medical product companies that seek entrance into new medical products markets. For more information, visit www.medipurpose.com.
The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) is the national membership association that represents ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and provides advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high-quality, cost-effective ambulatory surgery to all the patients they serve.