A summary of clinical evidence

This review provides a summary of clinical evidence that shows the effectiveness of using Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) monitoring data to improve flexible endoscope cleanliness.

  • Summary of Clinical Evidence

    Complete the form to download the clinical summaries from the following studies:

    • Longitudinal assessment of reprocessing effectiveness for colonoscopes and gastroscopes: Results of visual inspections, biochemical markers, and microbial cultures.
    • The effectiveness of sterilization for flexible ureteroscopes: A real-world study.
    • Assessing residual contamination and damage inside flexible endoscopes over time.
    • The use of rapid indicators for the detection of organic residues on clinically used gastrointestinal endoscopes with and without visually apparent debris.
    • The adenosine triphosphate test is a rapid and reliable audit tool to assess manual cleaning adequacy of flexible endoscope channels.
    • Comparison of adenosine triphosphate, microbiological load, and residual protein as indicators for assessing the cleanliness of flexible gastrointestinal endoscopes.
    • Validation of adenosine triphosphate to audit manual cleaning of flexible endoscope channels.

Download the Whitepaper

  • All fields are required unless indicated optional

  • FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ONLY. By providing us your information you give 3M permission to contact you periodically via email with 3M product, market information and invitations to participate in research studies. We will only use this information to respond to your requests and interests, and as further described in our Privacy Policy.

  • Submit

The brands listed above are trademarks of 3M.