Encision announces launch of AEM EndoShield Burn Protection System

Encision Inc. (OTCQB:ECIA), a medical device company owning patented surgical technology that prevents dangerous stray electrosurgical burns in minimally invasive surgery, today announced that it has launched its AEM EndoShield™ Burn Protection System ("EndoShield").

"We are pleased to introduce the EndoShield burn protection system, our disposable monitor in a cord, to physicians and hospitals," said Greg Trudel, Encision's President & CEO. "EndoShield is leading edge technology that integrates our patented AEM® Technology into a disposable smart cord and eliminates the need for a separate AEM Monitor. Our customers appreciate the advancement of the technology, the ease of use, and the freedom from capital expense constraints. Our new device will increase the proliferation of advanced AEM monopolar energy and save patients and healthcare providers from the tragic outcomes of stray energy burns."

"Like our other AEM instruments and monitors, EndoShield eliminates the risk of stray energy burns from capacitive coupling and insulation failure in laparoscopy. We believe in our AEM Technology so much that we offer a 100% hold harmless guarantee for stray energy burns to any patient, physician or hospital that uses the AEM system. No other company in the world offers this type of guarantee because no other technology eliminates stray energy burns to the patient. We are excited to bring this technological advancement to fruition and to take AEM Technology one step closer to becoming the standard of care for patient safety in laparoscopy."


Encision Inc.


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