Surgeons have waited a generation for mobile technology to reach the OR. The wait is over.
The ArthroFree System:
Our wireless camera allows surgeons:
Over 90% of OR staff in a recent study indicated that the ArthroFree System will:
Most mobile technologies embrace complexity. Not ArthroFree. Its
intuitive user experience requires just two minutes of training for surgeons.
Likewise, fewer components means fewer items to manage during setup, surgery, and in SPD.
We designed ArthroFree to improve surgical workflow and patient outcomes. For years, innovation in the OR included impressive advances for the visual field. ArthroFree’s innovations in light technology and signal transmission make for a simpler, more elegant sterile field—and 4 out of 5 surgeons agree that it’s essential to have the fewest items possible in the sterile field.
“Using an arthroscope that doesn’t have cumbersome cables is just absolutely incredible . . . It’s more agile and easier to work with.”
“When you change direction, you don’t have the drag of the cable. So ArthroFree makes for more freedom of movement.”
“When making a portal—or doing anything which requires accessing the knee with a sharp instrument—the absence of the camera cables makes things easier.”
The image clarity of 4K systems—plus the streamlined workflow exclusive to ArthroFree.
With ArthroFree, Dr. Chris Proctor’s movement from portal to portal on a shoulder is quick and simple.
Camera cables are implicated in contamination of the sterile field, patient burns, and drape fires. While these incidents are rare, ArthroFree makes them truly “never events.”
“When surgical drapes were exposed to the tip of the light source, the time to char was 3-6 seconds.”
ArthroFree puts these risks to bed–for it’s the coolest camera around:
ArthroFree is just the beginning. Lazurite is designing a suite of great tools to put into the hands of great surgeons.
To get your hands on the surgical camera for the wireless era, contact our team of ArthroFree experts today.
Talk to one of our experts and experience the future of arthroscopy today.