Safe for the Patient

Patient Safety is a core principle in Spes Medica.
It aims to prevent and reduce risks, errors and harm that occur to patients during provision of health care.

Patient safety is fundamental to delivering quality essential health services and high quality products.

Safety of patients is a prerequisite for strengthening health care systems and making progress towards effective universal health coverage (UHC) under Sustainable Development Goal 3 (Ensure healthy lives and promote health and well-being for all at all ages).

Spes Medica, as a company leader in the neurodiagnostic sector, is committed to guarantee the best Patient Experience and Safety in the entire range of products.

Certification means Reliability

As a customer satisfaction guarantee Spes Medica is certified in the Quality Management System according to ISO 13485, 93/42/EEC and MDR 2017/745.
ISO 13485 evaluates whether your Quality Management System is appropriate and effective while emphasizing the safety and efficacy of medical devices.

Spes Medica is committed to adhering to policies on quality standards and safety.
Spes Medica products are registered with CE, FDA, NMPA, ANVISA, and many other international organizations, ensuring high-quality end standards compliance.

Reliability means Trust

Our expertise generates high quality medical devices that healthcare  practitioners can rely on.
What is there behind our products to ensure a very high level of ealiability? Quality control. Indeed, every product is controlledin different production steps to ensure the best quality.

Moreover the Cleanroom is a controlled and protected environment where we carry out specific processes in which temperature, humidity, pressure and levels of contaminants are kept within strict limits.
Medical devices are designed for use in environments where preventing contamination is a top priority for the safety of the patient.

Our concept

How does “Safe for the patient” reflects in everyday life inside hospitals?


  • Avoid cross-contamination

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),  approximately 1 in 25 hospital patients will contract a hospital-acquired infection (HAI) due to Cross-contamination.
Spes Medica is committed to reduce it, thanks to our eco mono dose and disposable products.


  • Comfort for the patient during exams

Making sure that patients feel safe, comfortable, and less anxious when they’re in the care of your organization is essential.
Our products are designed to guarantee the best comfort during exams, as the patient’s experience leads to better outcomes.


  • Real-time IONM monitoring

The goal of IONM is to identify intraoperative neural insults that allow early  intervention to eliminate or significantly minimize irreversible damage to the neurological structure and prevent a postoperative neurologic deficit.

Less pain more accurancy in EMG

Expertise and quality means safety, and safety leads to a satisfying patient experience.


A clear example of this approach leads us to the concept of the new concentric electrode needle for EMG test, with a new tip design for an atraumatic insertion particularly suitable for the most fragile patients that need special clinical attention.

Safety in EEG

In recent years, the concept of safety has evolved from recognizing damage to preventing risks, particularly when it comes to exposure to potential hazards. Among these risks are endocrine disruptors, substances that pose a concrete threat to human health. Endocrine disruptors are substances that interfere with our hormonal systems that can also be contained in medical and cosmetic products.


Spes Medica pastes’ and gels’ are paraben free, dyes free and are tested for the most sensitive skin.

Innovation in IONM and patient’s safety

Quality care is patient-centered, safe, equitable, efficient, timely, and useful. Safety is the foundation onwhich all other aspects of quality are built. Intraoperative neuromonitoring, or IONM involves the Real-time monitoring of the nervous system during operation procedures to alert surgeons of any evolving neurological injury.