Surgical sponges are the most common object retained in a patient, occurring in 1 of every 5,500 surgeries.
Triton leverages A.I. to ensure all sponges are accounted for by using multiple scanning methods to count sponges.
Triton Count users save over 50% compared to other products and are not required to use expensive proprietary sponges.
When surgical teams leave an item in a patient, it’s almost always a sponge. Retained sponges can lead to serious complications and often require costly interventions.
Triton uses A.I. to scan surgical sponges and counter bags with the iPhone, accounting for all sponges at the end of a procedure. No proprietary sponges necessary.
Existing sponge counting solutions require high upfront costs and expensive proprietary sponges. At GaussTM, we leverage the simplicity and ubiquity of an iPhone to keep costs low and ROI high.