Equivalent in brush dimensions (diameter, brush part length) to the Olympus’ MAJ-1888 for cleaning endoscope elevator mechanism wires; our uniquely ...
Elevator Mechanism Brush
Instrument manufacturers, AAMI, AORN and others generally recommend that decontamination of instruments begin within 30 minutes of use so that organic...
Certified for use in chemotherapy, these gloves are thick enough and tough enough for use in Decontam. This thicker, 15 mil, textured, powder-free lat...
If it is not clean, it can not be considered high-level disinfected or sterile. With Healthmark's line of ProFormance™ cleaning verification products, you can be sure that you are rendering flexible endoscopes safe for further processing. With the ChannelCheck™ and EndoCheck™ you can test individual scopes for the residual soils likely to remain inside of improperly processed scopes. With the HangTimeKit™ test, it is possible to detect for gram negative bacteria that may have grown inside of scope in storage that was not properly dried. With the FlexiCheck™ the functioning of your AER can be challenged for cleaning efficiency.
Brushes, wipes, spray guns, soaking trays and transport bags are the innovative tools from Healthmark to help you effectively clean your endoscopes. Insuring that bioburden is quickly and effectively removed. The lint free wipes and spray gun with a complete selection of tips are great for removing gross contaminates outside and in the scope. The HumiPak® is the tools for preventing organics from drying when reprocessing scopes is delayed.
The Endo Bag helps to keep scope accessories together. Reprocessing labels provide an ever present record of the most reprocessing of an individual scope. Instrument repair tags help to alert staff to a scope that needs service - or to a scope that is clean and ready for further reprocessing. Our line of disposable reprocessing gloves provide the measure of safety your staff deserve when handling contaminated instruments.