Protect Patients

Cannula have narrow channels and sharp bends that are extremely difficult to clean. As a result debris will often linger unseen by the human eye

“The problem with fine lumen instruments is that we never knew how clean they were… we used to run water through them and poke them with a pipe cleaner to get as much out as possible. Then we cut a couple open and it was disgusting with all the debris inside”
Assistant Sterile Services Manager at a UK Teaching Hospital (2010)

If an instrument is not clean it cannot be effectively sterilised, even a tiny particle of debris can make the sterilisation process ineffective

Instruments that are not 100% clean carry a risk of patient to patient cross-infection, from localised reactions to significant disease transmission

Switching to single use cannula protects patients from the risk of infection

Contact us to find out more about how single use products can help protect your patients

Protect patients

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