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Surgery, meet Triton.


Mobile Vision Platform for the OR

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Surgery, meet Triton.


Mobile Vision Platform for the OR

Triton™ is now FDA cleared.


The world's first real-time monitoring system for surgical blood loss. And it runs on an iPad.


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An unsolved clinical enigma.


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An unsolved clinical enigma.


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Blood loss during surgery is visually estimated.

Studies have shown this "eyeballing" to be highly inaccurate.

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A $10B healthcare inefficiency.


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A $10B healthcare inefficiency.


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20-60% of blood transfusions are reported as unnecessary.

This drives a $10B burden on the US healthcare system, annually.

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A new standard for patient safety


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A new standard for patient safety


"Every blood transfusion is like a miniature organ transplant, with the potential for reactions, errors and infection."

Marisa Marques, MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital

Source: Aleccia, J. "Less Blood is really more, transfusion critics say." NBC News 8/17/2010.

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A Software Solution.


Intraoperative Mobile Vision System 

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A Software Solution.


Intraoperative Mobile Vision System 


The Triton System™ accurately estimates Hb Loss.

An iPad-based mobile vision system for the OR.