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® RESTORE2™ DEMONSTRATION
The endOclear® Restore2™ connected to ETT of head model
Patented wiper design removes secretions quickly and efficiently
Wiper inside the ETT ready for deployment
Wiper deployed for clearing
ADDRESSING AN URGENT NEED
“[The Restore2™ device] is effective at removing adherent secretions from the ETT prior to weaning trials, resulting in lower ETT resistance and therefore decreased work of breathing for patients after treatment.”
Schofield, L, et. al., 2015 Comparison of Two Endotracheal Tube Cleaning Devices in Reducing Airway Resistance for the Mechanically Ventilated Patient, AARC Congress (Tampa, FL) November 9-11, 2015
“Partial occlusion due to secretion accumulation is ubiquitous and recklessly ignored, with an average estimated loss of intraluminal ETT volume of between 9 and 15%.”
Mietto C., et. al., Removal of Endotracheal Tube Obstruction With a Secretion Clearance Device, Respir Care 2014;59(9):e122–e126
RECOMMENDED USES FOR ENDOCLEAR® RESTORE2™
- 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
Protects the user and the environment from exposure
Customize each device to patient specific needs
PUBLISHED CLINICAL DATA
Showing safety and effectiveness of the device
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
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.