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.
Between Jan 2011 and Jun 2017, 51% of inpatients were inadequately prepped.1
Inadequate prep leads to a 29% reduction in identification rate of adenomas greater than 5mm.2
Determination of inadequate prep results in an average of 2 extra nights' stay in the hospital.3
The Pure-Vu® EVS 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.
The Pure-Vu EVS system is powered by three unique proprietary technologies that aid in effective and safe intraprocedural cleansing of the colon walls.
The ONLY system with 5 pressure-controlled Irrigation jets using a pulsed vortex of air and water to effectively break up debris.
3.9x the suction area of standard colonoscopes effectively removes fecal material more efficiently. The system automatically senses the mucosal wall or debris and automatically ceases suctioning.
The Oversleeve features a proprietary material that minimizes friction with the mucosal wall, and facilitates easy and smooth navigation.
|PV-WSC-03-0||Pure-Vu® EVS Workstation Controller with Foot Pedal||Dimensions (W x D x H): 10in x 15.7in x 11in
(250mm x 400mm x 280mm)
Weight: 26.5lbs (12kg)
|EN-CRT-03-0||MOTUS GI® Endoscopy Cart||Height: 59in (1506mm) [floor to IV pole in lowest position]; 69in (1756mm) [floor to IV pole in highest position]; 32in (806mm) [floor to support deck]; 38in (973mm) [floor to handle]
Max. Depth: 23in (587mm) [open casters to basket]
Max. Width: 25.5in (646mm) [open casters]
Weight: 33lbs (15kg)
|PV-COL-03-1||Pure-Vu® EVS Colon Kit includes Oversleeve and umbilical section (5-pack)||Compatible with standard and slim colonoscopes
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;14(5):278-283.
Clark BT, Protiva P, Nagar A, et al. Quantification of adequate bowel preparation for screening or surveillance colonoscopy in men. Gastroenterology. 2016;150(2):396-405.
Yadlapati R, Johnston, ER, Gregory DL, Ciolino JD, Cooper A, Keswani RN. Predictors of inadequate inpatient colonoscopy preparation and its association with hospital length of stay and costs. Dig Dis Sci. 2015;60(11):3482-3490.