About ScrubUp

Over 9,000 users across 129 countries to date. Streamline Operating Room Efficiency. Optimise Patient Safety. Save Costs & Increase Revenue. Support Your OR Teams.

A practical & user friendly surgical database, that is flexible & vital to all surgical suites, operating rooms and day surgery units. ScrubUp enables the healthcare facility and healthcare professional to customise data and steps on preparing the OR, anticipating equipment required, customising surgical steps, thus enhancing teamwork and efficiency. Minimise anaesthetic time, enhance OR turnovers.


A surgical reference guide at your fingertips.


View and update your surgeons preferences anywhere, anytime.


Real information to support you through any surgical procedure.


Images take the guess work out of your surgeons' preferences.


Surgical Specialties

Featuring General, Orthopaedics, Plastics, Cardiac, GYN, ENT, plus more.


All surgical procedures can be deleted, added to and saved.


The ability to tick off your surgical equipment when you collect it.


Data containing surgical instruments, solutions, dressings, drains & sutures.

Surgical Equipment

Save, customise, add & delete all equipment required for each procedure.

Surgeons Preferences

Build, save, add & delete your surgeons own preferences for every case.


Information about prepping & draping, including your surgeons preferences & notes.


Saved to a procedure, instrument, prosthesis, surgeons preference & notes.


Save, update & send your preferences using email.

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From Our Blog

  • Surgical Setups-Do they really just disappear?

                        Does this happen elsewhere? You collect all the equipment required for the next days surgical cases, this includes the surgical instrument trays, camera, scopes, dressings, prosthesis, sutures, local anaesthetic, sutures etc, all specific to the......

  • Documentation Documentation…

    So tell me what are your thoughts on the amount of documentation we are asked to complete whilst we are caring for our patient under anaesthetic. In the hospitals I have worked, we have a scrub nurse, anaesthetic nurse & circulator or scout nurse. The......

  • Dr Joseph Lister

    A Surgical Disruptor or Barbarian? Did Dr Joseph Lister really raise the standard of surgical barbarianism or did he simply push the boundaries, after all, he excised a life threatening cancer from his sisters breast, on his brothers dining room table. And we do have......

  • Formaldehyde & Specimen Collection

    We all know the importance of specimen collection, labelling, marking, appropriate size collection container and placing the right amount of 10% NBF (Non Buffered Formaldehyde or Formalin) into the specimen container. Formaldehyde is used as a tissue preservative. A specimen if directed by a surgeon should be......