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Bladder Glass Syringe

TRÜTH syringes are suitable for endoscopic attachment. Bladder Glass Syringes, has metal adaptor which is reinforced in the glass barrel. Standard adaptors are compatible with endoscopes of Wolf.

Features :

  • TRÜTH Richard Wolf Bladder Glass Syringes has metal adaptor which is reinforced in the glass barrel.
  • Compatible with endoscopes of 
  • Custom made adaptors can also be made available upon request.
  • Suitable for endoscopic attachment for post operative aspiration.
  • As Per  Article no 822.40-150m.

Used for Post Operative Aspiration as mentioned in Endoscope Reprocessing Guides consisting of the following steps:

  1. Pre-cleaning
  2.  Manual Cleaning
  3. Rinsing
  4. High Level Disinfection
  5. Re-Rinsing &
  6. Drying

*OEM on request

TRÜTH Bladder Syringe With Cone ‘B’ Nozzle & Glass Plunger

Cat. NoVolumeGraduation
24-15-20-10100ml5ml
24-16-20-10150ml5ml

TRÜTH Bladder Syringe With Cone ‘B’ Nozzle & Metal Plunger

Cat. No. VolumeGraduation
24-27-20-10100ml5ml
24-28-20-10822.40 150ml5ml

Brief Points for Cleaning the Toomey ‘Allo’ & Bladder Glass Syringes

  • Cleaning agents with a neutral pH between 6.0- 8.0 are Do not process glass syringes with other manufacturers products.
  • Universally accepted precautions for handling contaminated / bio-hazardous materials should be observed.
  • Remove excess body fluids and tissue. Flush and rinse using running water.
  • Soak and Pre-Clean prior to cleaning.
  • Completely submerge the instrument in a neutral pH enzyme solution and flush vigorously. Ensure effective pre-cleaning.
  • Ensure medical devices are visibly clean and free from any organic materials.
  • Rinse medical devices to remove residual solution.
  • Do not pile devices on top of each other.
  • Sonicate medical devices.
  • Rinse medical devices to remove residual solution.
  • Check for damaged or worn parts or organic matter.
  • All medical devices should be drip dried for several minutes before sterilization preparation.
  • Wrap medical devices in a medically approved sterilization wrapper.
  • After sterilization, medical devices should remain in sterilization wrap or sterilization containers and stored in a clean dry environment.
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