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The smart instrument and tray design combines simplicity and versatility allowing the whole team to individualize the platform specifically to the patients need. Beyond that, the unique combination of Ennovate® instruments and implants allow to tailor the platform based on intra-operative conditions and patient pathologies, enabling to provide the best possible therapy and outcome. 

Ennovate® Instrument Trays

Ennovate® Instrument Trays – SIMPLY SMART

Did you know that on average a maximum of 22 % of all instruments a hospital owns are used in the OR? [1]
Be smart – Ennovate® is a platform that helps you to take advantage of your resources and increase efficiency.

  • Customizable instrument modules reduce the amount of redundant instruments, cutting the number of sterilization units by at least 50 % and decreasing economic burden. [2], [3]
  • Demountable instruments and validated trays improve reprocessing quality by increasing the reliability and results of your processes. [4], [5]
  • Our process optimization solutions support you in unlocking your potentials by achieving a more efficient time management and savings for each reprocessing cycle. [3]
For further information please contact your Aesculap representative or mail to
Aesculap AG
Am Aesculap-Platz
78532 Tuttlingen

[1] Kaplan S, Sadler B, Little K, et al. Can sustainable hospitals help bend the health care cost curve? Issue Brief Commonwealth Fund pub. 1641. 2012 Nov; 29: 1-14.
[2] Compared to S4 Spinal System. Based on the existing express care set definitions.
[3] Von Eiff W. Instrumentenmanagement und die Wirtschaftlichkeit chirurgischer Prozeduren – Prozessoptimierung und Kostensenkung. HCM, 2016 Dez; 7. Jg.: 34-7.
[4] Robert-Koch-Institute. Instrument Reprocessing – Reprocessing of Instruments to Retain Value. 10th anniversary edition 2016. 63 ff.
[5] Roth K. Drei Jahre ISO 17664 – was hat sich getan, welche Auswirkungen gibt es auf die Praxis? aseptica. 13. Jahrgang 2007 – Heft 4. 19-21.