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A recent study among surveyed anesthesiologists from across the country that focused on concerns regarding optimal epidural placement and perceived threats. The survey concluded that time and risk were the top two concerns for anesthesiologists.

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Dr. Ayman A. Alian, MBChB I Associate Professor of Anesthesiology Division Chief, Obstetric & Gynecological Anesthesiology I Yale School of Medicine

Top Risk Factors for Anesthesiologists

58%
Anesthesiologists are concerned about dural punctures while performing epidural procedures for L&D.
84%
The skill and acumen of anesthesiologists is not being fully levereged.
82%
Hospital mandated time pressures on anesthesiologists create unnecessary risk. 
96%
Affirm new information systems to improve support and feedback loops for clinical decisions - such as monitoring of neuromuscular blockade.

Information gathered from Milestone Scientific recent survey of anesthesiologists. See full survey results here.

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compuflo instruments
  • Real time needle location for epidural injections
  • Precise tactile control
  • Patented technology saving time and costs
  • CathCheck verification system confirms catheter placement in one to two minutes
Learn About the Benefits
See
the Difference
Loss-of-Resistance Syringe
vs. Compuflo Instruments
Recognizes the presence of pulsatile waveform when the epidural space is accessed with CompuWave™ display
Objectively measures tissue pressure constantly and in real-time, via audible tone
Objectively measures tissue pressure constantly and in real-time, numerically and graphically
Compared to the traditional LOR technique, real-time pressure sensing technology costs about $504 dollars less per average hospital stay

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