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Visualization • Illumination • Magnification • Documentation

Medical Grade Flexible Borescopes

Clarus Inspection Scopes allow for early visual detection of internal debris and damage while striving to reduce risk of costly device related infections.



$9.8 billion is spent annually treating the top 5 hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). 1

Cori Ofstead’s recent study utilizing a borescope to look inside internal channels found irregularities in 100% of ureteroscopes such as staining or debris. 2


2017 AORN Guidelines 

“Tools such as video borescopes of an appropriate dimension (length and diameter) may be used to visually inspect the internal channels of some medical devices.” 3


ANSI/AAMI ST91: 2015

“Lighted magnification should be used to inspect endoscopes and accessories for cleanliness and damage.” 4

“Endoscopic cameras and borescopes penetrate the lumen and allow for improved visual inspection.” 4


– Capture photos and video for documentation

– Multiple length and diameter options

– Wide range of light settings

– Waterproof

– Chemically sterilizable

– Medical grade

– Fits inside diameters as small as 1mm

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1. Zimlichman E, Henderson D, Tamir O, Franz C, Song P, Yamin CK, Keohane C, Denham CR, Bates DW. Health Care–Associated Infections. A Meta- analysis of Costs and Financial Impact on the US Health Care System. JAMA Intern Med. 2013;173 (22) : 2039–2046. doi:10.1001 / jamainternmed.2013.9763
2. Ofstead, Wetzler, Heymann, Johnson, Eiland and Shaw, Longitudinal assessment of reprocessing effectiveness for colonoscopes and gastroscopes: Results of visual inspections, biochemical markers, and microbial cultures. American Journal of Infection Control, 2017; 45: e26—e33.
3. ANSI/AAMI ST91: 2015 Flexible and semi-rigid endoscope processing in health care facilities.
4. AORN Guidelines for Processing Flexible Endoscopes: Guidelines for the Preoperative Practice. Denver, CO: AORN, Inc; 2017