TRÜTH syringes are suitable for endoscopic attachment. Bladder Glass Syringes, has metal adaptor which is reinforced in the glass barrel. Standard adaptors are compatible with endoscopes of Wolf.

Features :

  • TRÜTH Richard Wolf Bladder Glass Syringes has metal adaptor which is reinforced in the glass barrel.
  • Compatible with endoscopes of 
  • Custom made adaptors can also be made available upon request.
  • Suitable for endoscopic attachment for post operative aspiration.
  • As Per  Article no 822.40-150m.

Used for Post Operative Aspiration as mentioned in Endoscope Reprocessing Guides consisting of the following steps:

  1. Pre-cleaning
  2.  Manual Cleaning
  3. Rinsing
  4. High Level Disinfection
  5. Re-Rinsing &
  6. Drying

*OEM on request 

TRÜTH Bladder Syringe With Cone ‘B’ Nozzle & Glass Plunger

Cat. NoVolumeGraduation
24-15-20-10100ml Bladder Glass Syringe5ml
24-16-20-10150ml Bladder Glass Syringe5ml

TRÜTH Bladder Syringe With Cone ‘B’ Nozzle & Metal Plunger

Cat. No. VolumeGraduation
24-28-20-10822.40 150ml5ml

Brief Points for Cleaning the Toomey ‘Allo’ & Bladder Glass Syringes

  • Cleaning agents with a neutral pH between 6.0- 8.0 are Do not process glass syringes with other manufacturers products.
  • Universally accepted precautions for handling contaminated / bio-hazardous materials should be observed.
  • Remove excess body fluids and tissue. Flush and rinse using running water.
  • Soak and Pre-Clean prior to cleaning.
  • Completely submerge the instrument in a neutral pH enzyme solution and flush vigorously. Ensure effective pre-cleaning.
  • Ensure medical devices are visibly clean and free from any organic materials.
  • Rinse medical devices to remove residual solution.
  • Do not pile devices on top of each other.
  • Sonicate medical devices.
  • Rinse medical devices to remove residual solution.
  • Check for damaged or worn parts or organic matter.
  • All medical devices should be drip dried for several minutes before sterilization preparation.
  • Wrap medical devices in a medically approved sterilization wrapper.
  • After sterilization, medical devices should remain in sterilization wrap or sterilization containers and stored in a clean dry environment.