Quantifying the Risk of Burning Patients during Laparoscopy: AEM® vs. non-AEM Monopolar Instruments
AEM® Technology Versus Adaptive Technologies to Protect the Laparoscopic Patient
AEM® Technology as a Means of Eliminating Never Events
Recent Studies of Insulation Failure in Laparoscopic Instruments
An Updated Perspective on the Risk of Stray Energy Burns
How Does Your Hospital Check Laparoscopic Instruments to Prevent Stray Energy Burns During Laparoscopy?
5 Ways AEM® Can Impact Your Hospital’s Bottom Line
Capacitive Coupling with Unshielded Laparoscopic Electrodes
By Kurt Aronow, P.E.
Active Electrode Monitoring: Electrosurgical Safety During Monopolar Minimally Invasive Surgery
By David Newton
Perioperative Nursing Clinics, 2(2) 2007, 103-117.
Pearls, Pitfalls, and Advancement in the Delivery of Electrosurgical Energy during Laparoscopy
By R.C. Odell
Problems in General Surgery, 19(2) 2002, 5-17.