Skyline Medical Inc. of , MN at MEDICA 2018 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

Skyline Medical Inc.

2915, Commers Drive, 55121 , MN
USA

This company is co-exhibitor of
Minnesota Dept of Employment + Econ Dev Minnesota Trade Office

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MEDICA 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand A18

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MEDICA 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.03  Surgery devices, endoscopy devices
  • 01.03.12  Other surgical instruments and products

Other surgical instruments and products

Our products

Product category: Other surgical instruments and products

STREAMWAY Benefits for Nurses & Technologists

SafetyStreamway for Nurses & Technologists
Through innovative, FDA-approved design, nurses and technologists can now experience greater safety than ever before. Vacuum levels are set using the digital screen before every procedure and then confirmed by the operator to ensure patient safety. The STREAMWAY® System’s direct-to-drain design eliminates waste fluid canisters and the hazards of handling medical waste. Patients also benefit from faster, nonstop procedures, reliable, continuous suction and more attention from staff.

Simple to Use
To use the wall-mounted unit, a nurse or staff member need only insert a single-use procedure filter, connect the suction tubes, set the appropriate suction level, and press start on the touchscreen. The STREAMWAY System performs uninterrupted, regardless of total fluid volumes, and it displays those volumes on a back-lit screen. Following the unit’s simple installation, on-site training is provided.

Convenient Cleanup
After each procedure, simply remove the single use procedure filter, attach the cleaning solution bottle and press the touch screen to start the automated cleaning cycle. In five minutes, the system will be ready for the next procedure. All operators of the system avoid exposure risks, because there are no fluids to handle or canisters to empty, and less time cleaning means more time for patient-focused care.

Multiple Department Applications
In addition to the Operating Room, this automated, direct-to-drain fluid management system ensures efficient procedures in various specialty areas, including: endoscopy, radiology, ultrasound and urology. With no canisters to stop and replace or to clean up, the STREAMWAY System reduces labor and enhances patient-focused care. For improved safety, the STREAMWAY System also provides programmable settings for ultrasound departments including an auto shut off feature that stops the procedure at predetermined fluid amount.  Even cleanup is simple — just set it to run the rapid clean cycle while you spend time focusing on the patient. Its small footprint is ideal for procedure rooms in small clinics and departments.

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About us

Company details

Skyline Medical Inc. has a fully automated, patented, and FDA cleared surgical fluid disposal device—the STREAMWAY System—that virtually eliminates operating room workers’ exposure to blood, irrigation fluid and other potentially infectious fluids found in the surgical environment.

Today’s manual surgical fluid handling methods of hand-carrying filled surgical fluid canisters and emptying these canisters is an exposure risk and an antiquated approach to the handling of surgical fluid waste. Skyline’s STREAMWAY System fully automates the collection, measurement and disposal of surgical fluids, which results in:

  • Reducing overhead costs to hospitals and surgical centers
  • Improving their Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other regulatory compliance
  • Enhancing the efficiency of the operating room and thereby making surgeries more profitable
Skyline’s STREAMWAY System is eco-friendly as it addresses the numerous bloody, potentially disease infected canisters that go into U.S. landfills every year. These tainted canisters—which are generally made of plastic—can take centuries to biodegrade, but with installations of the STREAMWAY System, the number of these canisters can be significantly reduced.

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