Clarus® Inspection Scopes

Clarus Inspection Scopes allow technicians and nurses to visually inspect lumens and devices for debris and damage. The internal device channels of new, refurbished, loaned and repaired scopes and other surgical instruments can be inspected for functional integrity and to ensure they are debris-free, helping meet device IFUs and guidelines.

Channels, connection points, distal tips, spaces behind elevator channels and any reusable device with small channels can be inspected for biofilm, damage or irregularities. Clarus Inspection Scopes reduce the risk of patient exposure to bioburden, cross contamination, scheduling delays, and device damage.

Clarus Inspection Scopes provide video and high resolution photo documentation with date, device ID, and time stamps for micro-biologic surveillance.

“…more healthcare-associated outbreaks have been linked to contaminated endoscopes than to any other medical device.” -CDC Guidelines for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008

Features

  • Inspect channeled instruments for device damage and bioburden
  • Provide video and photo documentation of visual inspections
  • Maintain the functional working of new, repaired, refurbished, and loaned endoscopes and instruments
  • Introduce more standardized procedures during visual inspections
  • Accessories also available

Technical Specifications

C1-800 Model
  • 80 cm long
  • 0.86 mm outer diameter
  • For very thin channels: bronchoscopes, utereroscopes, ENT, cystoscopes
C2-350 Model
  • 35 cm long
  • 1.9 mm outer diameter
  • Most common instruments in CSD: arthroscopic, shavers, suction tubes, surgical instruments
C2-950 Model
  • 95 cm long
  • 1.9 mm outer diameter
  • Common GI Scopes: colonoscopes, duodenoscopes, behind elevators, robotic instruments
Clarus Inspection Scope – Flexible Reamer
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