- What is UNO-FLUSH® ?
- What is UNO-FLUSH® powered by?
- How to use UNO-FLUSH®
- Compatibility of UNO-FLUSH®
- UNO-FLUSH® features and benefits
- UNO-FLUSH® Specifications
- UNO-FLUSH® Health and Safety
- UNO-FLUSH® Video
How to use UNO-FLUSH®
Endoscopes have a complex channel system which must be flushed through prior to manual brushing and cleaning.
The European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE), and the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) have both published that all scopes must be pre-cleaned with detergent as soon as the endoscope has been removed from the patient. Before the endoscope is even detached from the light source or video processor the preliminary cleaning routine should be undertaken.
Each endoscope manufacturer will have slightly different guidelines on how to flush their scopes, but all are clear that this has to be carried out immediately after the procedure.
UNO-FLUSH® is very simple to use, and will fit seamlessly into your customer’s working practice.It will often be taken into the procedure room with the endoscope in a covered receptacle such as a CleanaScope® tray. Once the procedure is finished, the UNO-FLUSH® can quickly and simply be opened and the scope flushed and wiped down.
The unique blend of surfactants in UNO-FLUSH® provides an extremely low surface tension, starting to break down gross debris immediately upon contact and helping prevent the formation of biofilm within the endoscope channels. UNO-FLUSH® is non-enzymatic and is a non-fixative it is also anti-foaming and contains corrosion inhibitors, which ensures it is safe to use with metals and plastics such as endoscopes.
Open the easy-peel lid
Suction up the UNO-FLUSH® detergent until the pack is empty
Remove the scope sponge & wipe down the insertion tube