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Address an Unmet Need

Many patients, including high acuity and frail inpatients with multiple comorbidities, are challenged with completing their colonoscopy prep.

Suboptimal bowel preparation can have a devastating impact on the effectiveness of colonoscopies, resulting in increased adenoma miss rates, delayed diagnosis and extended hospital stays driving up hospital costs and interfering with quality care. You and your patients deserve more.

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Between Jan 2011 and Jun 2017, 51% of inpatients were inadequately prepped.1

29%

poor bowel prep

Inadequate prep leads to a 29% reduction in identification rate of adenomas greater than 5mm.2

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overnight stay

Determination of inadequate prep results in an average of 2 extra nights' stay in the hospital.3

Poor Visibility Due to Suboptimal Bowel Preparation Can Result In:

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Missed
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Delayed Therapy

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Before Pure-Vu

bad bowel preparation

After Pure-Vu

cleansing of the colon

Visualization When It Matters Most

The Pure-Vu® System is a single use oversleeve that easily fits on standard and slim colonoscopes to facilitate intraprocedural cleansing of the colon. It provides physicians support in addressing emergent or challenging colonoscopies by safely and rapidly providing clear visualization of the colon wall.

Pure-Vu has the potential to:

  • Address emergent patients sooner, expediting diagnosis and treatment
  • Reduce incidence of delayed, aborted and incomplete colonoscopies
  • Reduce dependency on prep-regimes
  • Increase quality of colonoscopy in inadequate prep patients and decrease follow-up intervals
 
1 Colonoscope Oversleeve

Oversleeve

2 Foot Pedal

Foot Pedal

3 Pure-Vu System

Workstation

The Pure-Vu System is easily operated by the touch of a foot pedal. The colonoscope sleeve fits both standard and slim colonoscopes without affecting or limiting scope functions.

At the Core of Pure-Vu

The Pure-Vu system is powered by three unique proprietary technologies that aid in effective and safe intraprocedural cleansing of the colon walls.

Pulsed Vortex Irrigation

The ONLY system with four pressure-controlled Irrigation jets using a pulsed vortex of air and water to effectively break up debris.

Smart Sense Suction

2x suction volume of standard colonoscope effectively removes fecal material more efficiently. The system automatically senses the mucosal wall or debris and automatically ceases suctioning.

Smooth Glide Navigation

Sleeve features a proprietary hydrophylic coating that prevents friction with the mucosal wall and facilitates easy and smooth navigation.

Pure-Vu Cleansing Performance

Specifications

Product Code Description Specifications
V-WSC-02-0 Pure-Vu® Workstation Controller with Foot Pedal Dimensions (W x D x H): 250mm x 476mm* x 358mm
(10in x 19in x 14in) *520mm (20.5in) with pump head
Weight: 18kg (40lbs)
Electrical: 100-240VAC/50-60Hz
PV-LDF-02-0 Pure-Vu® Loading Fixture for PV-WSC-02-0 Dimensions (W x D x H): 584mm x 267mm x 241mm
(23in x 10.5in x 9.5in)
Weight: 7.5kg (16.5lbs)
EN-CRT-02-0 MOTUSGI® Endoscopy Cart Height: 1510mm (59.5in) – floor to scope, lowest position 1765mm (69.5in) – floor to scope, highest position 807mm (32in) – floor to cart, tray
Depth: 630mm (25in) – max depth, open casters to basket
Width: 646mm (25.5in) – max width, open casters
Weight: 18kg (40lbs)
PV-STO-02-1 Pure-Vu® Standard Kit includes oversleeve, umbilical section, unloading kit Compatible with standard colonoscopes
OD: 12.8–13.7mm
Length: 1630–1710mm
PV-SLO-02-1 Pure-Vu® Slim Kit includes oversleeve, umbilical section, unloading kit Compatible with slim colonoscopes
OD: 11.7–13.3mm
Length: 1630–1710mm
  1. Garber A, Sarvepalli S, Burke CA, et al. Modifiable factors associated with quality of bowel preparation among hospitalized patients undergoing colonoscopy. J Hosp Med. 2019 May;14(5):278-283
  2. Clark B T, et al. Quantification of Adequate Bowel Preparation for Screening or Surveillance Colonoscopy in Men. Gastroenterology 2016; 150:396-405
  3. Yadlapati, R., Johnston, E.R., Gregory, D.L. et al. Predictors of Inadequate Inpatient Colonoscopy Preparation and Its Association with Hospital Length of Stay and Costs. Dig Dis Sci 60, 3482–3490 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-015-3761-2

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