MSICS Kit & Cloud-Based Reporting


Delivering high-quality healthcare in the developing world presents a unique set of challenges. Several of the most common are sterilisation and accountability. Infection rates in developing countries, for example, are twice as high as developed ones. And it is estimated that 25% of the medicines used in these environments are counterfeit or substandard. 

To address these, HelpMeSee developed a two solutions: a pre-sterilised, single-use surgical kit that contains all necessary instruments, pharmaceuticals and disposables for a single procedure and a cloud-based surgical reporting system to monitor the outcomes of care.
The kits are supplied to HelpMeSee surgical partners and are a vital part of quality assurance of our patient care. They help our partner hospitals avoid issues from a scattered supply chain. They help us deliver cost effective surgery. And most importantly, we can provide safe patient care by ensuring that the surgeons use clean instruments and high quality medical supplies from trusted manufacturers.

Key Benefits of the Surgical Kits:
  • Allow delivery of care in remote areas
  • Sterilised instruments for every surgery
  • High quality pharmaceutical products
  • High quality surgical supplies
  • Standardised cost of instruments
  • Simplify supply chain.
  • Provide all necessary tools for MSICS
  • Link instrument set with patient data


Cloud-Based Surgical Reporting


All surgeries are documented in our cloud-based surgical reporting system in real-time. Whether patients receive care in India or Madagascar, Togo or Peru, our medical team can monitor the visual outcomes of each surgery and ensure that all patients receive necessary follow up care. It also helps us ensure corrective measures if required at partner locations. We can also ensure surgeon re-training if required.  Along with the surgical kit, this system allows us to maintain the highest quality assurance standards.

HelpMeSee's MSICS Kit is a pre-sterilized, single use solution for cataract surgeons. The kit allows for delivery of care in remote areas where sterilization equipment may not be available, and it lowers the risk of infection by providing single use instruments used on only one patient: