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Every second counts – whether in the OR or "behind the scenes". The process of patient care is like a set of gears. Each gear is important, deserves our highest appreciation and fulfills its contribution to the overall aim of improving and protecting people's health. That's exactly why we designed this platform dedicated to support and streamline processes along the patient pathway. With a fully modular yet lean structure, our spinal solutions adapt to your clinical profile enabling the best possible clinical excellence without compromise – because less is truly more!
cost reduction potential when switching to a single-source platform. 
reduction of infection by using sterile, single-packed implants. 
utilization rate of instruments due to overloaded trays. 
The supply cart can be customized according to your individual implant configuration. By doing so, the footprint in the clinic is reduced, implants are provided just-in-time and time savings can be achieved.
All Ennovate® implants can be seamlessly tracked using the UDI (Unique Device Identifier), thus meeting the international standards in clinical / patient safety and compliance requirements.
Colors break through language barriers – instrument and implant modules are consistently color-coded, allowing for clear identification of components.6 Fewer distractions, more focus – this streamlines and improves workflows.
Supporting workflows and making them safer is our highest priority – the packaging has been designed to allow a truly sterile attachment of the instruments and handover to the surgeon. Thus, infection rates can be reduced.4,5
We prevent concerns related to reprocessed implants. With sterile packed implants benefit from: no contamination risk, no transfer of liability, no risk of corrosion, while enabling seamless traceability and compliance. 4,5
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 Shrivastava, Saurabh & Shrivastava, Prateek & Ramasamy, Jegadeesh. (2014). Color coding: a tool to enhance the quality of health care in low resource settings. Healthcare in Low-resource Settings. 2. 10.4081/hls.2014.4772.
 Shree Kumar D, Ampar N, Wee Lim L. Accuracy and reliability of spinal navigation: An analysis of over 1000 pedicle screws. J Orthop. 2019 Oct 24;18:197-203. doi: 10.1016/j.jor.2019.10.002. PMID: 32042226; PMCID: PMC7000445.
 Von Eiff W. Instrumentenmanagement und die Wirtschaftlichkeit chirurgischer Prozeduren – Prozessoptimierung und Kostensenkung. HCM. 2016; Vol. 7: 34-7.