ChannelCheck™ is the first product capable of testing virtually any lumened instrument for residual organic soils, including flexible endoscopes, no matter the channel size. ChannelCheck™ tests for three common organic soils at once: blood, protein and carbohydrates. Simply flush an individual channel with prepackaged sterile water and recover that water. Then dip the test strip in the recovered water for 5 seconds. Remove the strip, wait 90 seconds and then compare the color of the pads to the results chart. Should any of the pads indicate there is residual soil, reclean the device and then retest.
Healthmark’s new and improved ChannelCheck™ features improved sensitivity of the carbohydrate and protein pads. Also, the color and color change for the protein pad have changed to a white (negative) and to a blue/purple (positive), which enhances the visual interpretation of results. Further, the test method has been simplified to improve functionality and sensitivity.
Support DocumentsChannelCheck IFU 2019-12-19
Olympus ChannelCheck Study
ChannelCheck Interpretation Guide
Channel Check Example Policy
Support for Monitoring the Cleaning of Endoscopes
Healthmark Products - AAMI Compliance
Flushing Methods for Endoscope Channels
Testing detection limits of detergents and disinfectant
Channel Check Reagent Pads
ChannelCheck Convenience Pack IFU 2019-12-19
Healthmark Flexible Scope Verification Product
Flexible Endoscope Incident Report May 2019 Volume I
Flexible Endoscope Incident Report October 2019 Volume
ANSI/AAMI ST91:2015 Flexible and semi-rigid endoscope p