At B. Braun, we understand the daily challenges health care professionals face to enhance operating room efficiency and safety in surgical care. The supply of sterile goods is becoming increasingly complex. Our Surgical Asset Management (SAM) experts have developed digitally enhanced solutions to identify potential improvement areas and help professionals achieve clinical excellence with outstanding financial results.
Of all surgical instruments in a set are not suitable for use in the OR 
as low as
Of the instruments in a set are used during surgery which causes unnecessary reprocessing costs 
Can be saved every year by containerization, compared to soft wrap packaging 
Room for improvement
The supply of sterile goods in the central sterile supply department (CSSD) and operating room (OR) has become highly complex and is often processed inefficiently. This can be challenging and expensive – and increases the demand for customized solutions for the hospital’s surgical asset management.
Focus on your performance!
Let SAM handle the rest.
Expert SAM consultants advise you based on official regulations, international standards, and industry best practices to improve the various aspects and overall life cycle of surgical instruments for operating room and central sterilization utilization. Our experts identify the root cause of issues, analyze the different alternatives and assist the customer with hands-on implementation of customized solutions.
SAM Fleet Care is a comprehensive sterile goods management solution combining the provision of Aesculap-quality surgical equipment with professional instrument management as well as further value-added services for a fixed monthly fee.
The Backup Stock Management Solution by Aesculap is designed to support your Instrument Management Flow. The combination of a professionally set-up Backup Stock, the BSM App for digital stock-, repair-, and reorder management and a Technical Service contract support your core mission: “Right set. Right place. Right time. In the right condition.”
A lean management approach with internationally recognized standards and industry best practices can optimize the various aspects and the overall life cycle of surgical instruments in CSSD and operating rooms.