Superior technology for clearing endotracheal tubes.
CLEARER AIRWAYS MATTER.
Designed to be effective in restoring the lumen of endotracheal tubes to nominal when utilized in either a regular daily protocol, or if preferred by the clinician, a more targeted patient approach.
ENDOCLEAR® RESTORE™ DEMONSTRATION
Patented wiper design removes secretions quickly and efficiently.
Adjustable safety guide helps prevent over insertion into patients.
Easy to operate colored safety lock for correct, safe cleaning.
RECOMMENDED USES FOR ENDOCLEAR®
- Prior to spontaneous breathing trial
- Remove thick secretions that suctioning leaves behind
- When acute increases in airway pressures occur
- Prior to bronchoscopy
- Prior to tracheostomy
- Prior to ET Tube exchange
ADJUSTABLE SAFETY GUIDE
Helps prevent over insertion by matching graduated markings of device to those on ET tubes
Customize each device to patient specific needs
COLORED SAFETY LOCK
Ensures correct, safe cleaning
Maintains closed circuit during secretion removal
PATENTED WIPER DESIGN
Removes what suctioning leaves behind (thick secretions, bacteria, clots)
Designed not to dislodge secretions
Easy to use for right and left handed users
Bioluminescence from pseudomonas bacteria within an ET Tube after suctioning.
SAME ET TUBE AFTER ENDOCLEAR® RESTORE™
Near absence of bioluminescence after one cleaning with the endOclear® Restore™ device.
Amount of mucous and secretions removed from the ET Tube shown in Figure 1.
WVU, IVIS Imaging. Freshly suctioned ETT, pre and post endOclear® use Florescence | Key: Blue = Low, Green/Yellow = Medium, Red = High bacteria counts
A team of clinicians and developers addressing unmet and urgent needs of patients, caregivers and hospitals by re-imagining the future of artificial airway maintenance and engineering a new standard of care.
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