Encision's AEM technology is recommended by sources from all groups involved with laparoscopic surgery. Surgeons, nurses, biomedical engineers, malpractice insurance carriers, medicolegal professionals, and electrosurgical device manufacturers advocate the use of AEM instruments to advance patient safety in surgery. Endorsements for AEM technology from these groups is increasing as awareness of stray energy burns grows and people realize that AEM technology is the only solution.These include, but are not limited to: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) cited Encision's electrosurgical technology in numerous sections in the 2004 AORN Standards, Recommended Practices and Guidelines. Data was presented at the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 2004 meeting on the incidence of insulation failure of conventional endoscopic surgical instruments and AEM was recognized as a "promising technology" to address the issue.Encision was recognized as a leader by Frost & Sullivan in 2003 for developing technologically superior surgical instruments.