Are cup electrodes
putting your patients
at risk?

Reusable EEG electrodes could be a source of bacteria-caused HAI

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EEG Cup Electrodes - Stop Cross-Contamination

1 out of 4 reusable EEG cup electrodes are contaminated with bacteria. They are complex and costly to clean. Risk bacteria could led to hospital-acquired infection. Stop cross-contamination and use single-use EEG cup electrodes. 

Are your EEG budgets contaminated by hidden costs?

Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are among the most frequent adverse events occurring in healthcare. Besides causing considerable discomfort for patients, they also cause significant economic burden on healthcare systems.1,2

 

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Total cost of reusable EEG cup electrodes 

To identify the total cost of using reusable EEG cup electrodes, both Cost of Use and Cost of Clinical Outcome must be determined. 

Does inadequate cleaning methods put your patients at risk?

The cleaning process of reusable EEG cup electrodes is very comprehensive and costly. 

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