Portage,  MI 
United States
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Stryker, one of the world's leading medical technology companies is driven to make healthcare better. Stryker offers a diverse array of innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine, which help improve patient and hospital outcomes. Stryker is active in over 100 countries around the world. Please contact us for more information at


  • Triton
    The Triton AI and Triton QBL technology streamlines your QBL workflow and delivers accurate blood loss during delivery and postpartum care...

  • Triton AI technology incorporates artificial intelligence that estimates each sponge’s individual blood loss regardless of amniotic fluid. Triton is designed to consistently cumulate blood loss during each procedure to ensure real time monitoring of each patient. The purpose of Triton is not only to streamline and standardize each hospital’s protocol but also to allow earlier intervention in emergency situations. Furthermore, Triton QBL can even assist in notifying emergency care providers when a hemorrhage is detected.
  • SurgiCount+
    SurgiCount+ System is an adjunctive technology for augmenting manual counting, displaying and recording the number of RFID-tagged absorbent articles used during surgical procedures....

  • SurgiCount+ is a sponge safety system designed to find missing sponges and eliminate retained surgical sponges (RSS)—preventing life-threatening patient issues, saving hospitals money, and creating efficiencies in the operating room. SurgiCount+ is design to save healthcare professionals time in the OR and help prevent mistakes made by miscounting sponges, ultimately driving improved outcomes for patients. Main features include ultra-high frequency RFID technology to count and find sponges—even those in the most common surgical sites*, situated on a workstation stand to streamline nurse workflow and processes, scans at distances that intelligently change depending on the workflow, offers EMR connectivity, with sponge-use data uploaded to facility EMR after the case.