Custom Ultrasonics - System 83 Plus
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Ultrasonic Washer/Disinfector 

The System 83 Plus is the only automated ULTRASONIC WASHER/DISINFECTOR for reprocessing flexible endoscopes. The wash, high-level disinfect and rinse process has been standardized and validated for consistent reprocessing of flexible endoscopes. For Infection Control, the system is compatible with virtually all approved liquid chemical sterilants. In order to account for all channels of the flexible instrument and all internal surfaces are contacted during cleaning and high level disinfection, System 83 plus adapts to each channel individually making it easier for the technician to verify flow and avoids bifurcating the tubing. This prevents liquid and air from taking the path of least resistance during the process, which ensures a successful outcome.Installation Specifications

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-Payne Gregory
7 years ago
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9 years ago
Tonya Leeman Medical Tech

How do we get access to Admin Screen, when there is no one in the unit that had adm access? We need to add and delete information for the unit and can't do this without adm access.

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  • Irrigates each of the endoscope’s channels during each reprocessing phase. 
  • Provides one channel-tubing adapter for each endoscope channel. 
  • The “all-channel irrigator” is bifurcated and delivers flow to the endoscope channel of least resistance (i.e., the suction channel) and, therefore, may not ensure adequate flow of the LCG to channels of greater resistance (i.e., the air/water channels). 
  • Visual confirmation of fluid flow into each endoscope channel via each channel-tubing adapter is necessary.
  • Designed to be used with virtually every FDA “approved” LCG on the market
  • Computer-controlled and features a keyboard and video display monitor for displaying its user-friendly graphic-user-interface. 
  • Features a computer-controlled timer that ensures the endoscope is submersed in the detergent and LCG for the recommended time. 
  • Computer-controlled heater that elevates the temperature of the LCG as may be required by its labeling. 
  • Optional third water rinse that follows high-level disinfection. This third water rinse may be required, per the LCG’s labeling.  
  • “low-pressure” outputs designed to irrigate the endoscope’s suction and air/water channels.
  • “high-pressure” pump designed to irrigate the endoscope’s narrower and harder-to-reprocess accessory channels—such as, the colonoscope’s auxiliary water jet channel and the side-viewing duodenoscope’s elevator-wire channel.        

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Class 1 Recall: FDA Recommends Health Care Facilities Stop Using...

The FDA is notifying health care facilities of Custom Ultrasonics' May 6, 2016 URGENT MEDICAL DEVICE RECALLdisclaimer icon, and advising users to stop using its System 83 Plus AERs for reprocessing of duodenoscopes.

FDA Recommends Health Care Facilities Transition from Custom...

In accordance with a Consent Decree entered in January 2007 with Custom Ultrasonics, the FDA ordered Custom Ultrasonics to recall all of its AERs from health care facilities due to the firm’s continued violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and

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