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CO2EFFICIENT® Endoscopic Insufflator

  • Saves gas with the patented “managed flow” system
  • Features a CO2 display which indicates the total volume of CO2 delivered during procedures
  • Includes internal dual pressure relief valves designed to prevent over-pressurization
  • Requires no special utilities – using standard medical grade (USP) “D” or “E” size CO2 cylinders

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The CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator System is designed to deliver CO2 into the gastrointestinal (GI) tract for the purpose of distending the anatomy when used in conjunction with a gastrointestinal endoscope for direct endoscopic visualization.

How the CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator System Works

The CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator System operates by administering CO2 at a free flow rate of three liters per minute (LPM), and then monitoring the endoscopic pressure. A mode of operation is selected by the operator to change the rate that the flow of carbon dioxide insufflation is delivered to the endoscopic system.

The clinician will use the air/water valve on the endoscope and visual feedback of the endoscopic system to manually distend the GI tract with CO2. Featuring proprietary “intelligent” software, the CO2EFFICIENT carbon dioxide pumping system senses when CO2 is not required by the clinician and has the capability to reduce its flow.

What Are the Clinical Benefits of CO2 vs Room Air?

CO2 is introduced into the GI tract and absorbed 160 times faster than the nitrogen in room air. Patients who are distended during CO2 gastrointestinal endoscopy will promptly eliminate CO2 via respiration. The immediate impact from the use of CO2 during endoscopic procedures is faster patient recovery times, as well as lower postprocedural pain and discomfort.1

Why the CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator System?

The CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator System:

  • Saves gas with the patented “managed flow” system
  • Features a CO2 display which indicates the total volume of CO2 delivered during procedures
  • Includes internal dual pressure relief valves which are designed to prevent over-pressurization
  • Requires no special utilities – using standard medical grade (USP) “D” or “E” size CO2 cylinders
  • Offers compatibility with STERIS disposable 24-hour CO2 tubing sets

1ASGE Technology Committee. Technology Status Evaluation Report: The use of carbon dioxide in gastrointestinal endoscopy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Volume 83, No. 5. 2016: 857-862 2.

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710302 CO2EFFICIENT Endoscopic Insufflator 1
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CO2EFFICIENT® Endoscopic Insufflator - Managed flow vs. Free flow

QUICK START GUIDE
Document # Document Title
CO2EFFICIENT QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
CO2EFFICIENT CO2 HOSE CONNECTIONS QRG
CO2 INSUFFLATION MATRIX
CO2EFFICIENT QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE - CO2 HOSE CONNECTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Document # Document Title
CO2EFFICIENT OPERATORS MANUAL
ENDOSCOPY WHITE PAPER
Document # Document Title
CO2 INSUFFLATION WHITE PAPER
CASE STUDY
Document # Document Title
CO2 INSUFFLATION CASE REPORT - DR. BLAIR LEWIS
CO2 INSUFFLATION CASE REPORT - DR. OLEH HALUSZKA
BROCHURE
Document # Document Title
GI CAPITAL SOLUTIONS BROCHURE
CO2 INSUFFLATION BROCHURE
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