“Our Endoscopy Center is committed to providing our patients with excellent care, in an environment where they and their families can be assured of the very best in patient comfort and safety.  The new SteriView® Inspection Scope gives us access to the very latest technology tools, and allows us to be absolutely certain that those commitments are being kept.” — Paul Sanders MD, Medical Director



SteriView® Instrument Inspection System

The SteriView® Instrument Inspection System SteriView is designed to inspect the internal channels of endoscopes and surgical devices to assist in the visualization of any soiled, wet or damaged areas that the eye can’t see. The internal channels are an ideal environment for the colonization of bacteria. It is for this reason, SGNA, AAMI, AORN, and manufacturers IFU’s all state that scopes must be inspected prior to use.

SteriView Instrument Inspection System

SteriCam™ 1.8mm Modular Inspection Camera (MIC)

SteriCam is the next generation of advanced small diameter, near field inspection scopes designed to provide ready access to and imaging of the interior chambers, lumens, and working channels of surgical medical devices. The Purchase of Additional Reusable Heads with camera to minimize cross-contamination and downtime when reprocessing scopes is recommended.

At 1.8mm, the astonishingly small size of this revolutionary new high-definition inspection camera is perfect for the inspection of surgical devices to safeguard patients who undergo endoscopic procedures.

Features and Benefits

Designed to inspect the internal channels of Endoscopes and surgical devices
  • Connects directly to Windows-based computers.
  • The MIC (Modular Inspection Camera) is a fully digital image and not fiberoptic.
  • The MIC insertion tube can detach from the handle.
  • It allows you to interchange sizes with one handle.
  • Clean the insertion tube in an AER-(Automatic Endoscope Reprocessor) for inspection of a clean endoscope. POST HLD INSPECTION
  • Insertion tube and camera head can be cleaned with a Sani-cloth for quick turnaround. PRE-HLD INSPECTION
Ease of Use
  • The MIC can be purchased with a Surface Pro tablet computer.
  • Images and videos can be taken from either the camera head or from the computer/touchscreen.
  • All images and videos can be cataloged by the scope with references.
  • All images and videos are auto date and time-stamped.
  • The MIC connection is via standard USB.

New Benefits
                                • Software as a Service (SaaS) with $99 annual subscription fee
                                • First-time users, automatic registration in database
                                • Allows updates and licensing via new entries in database
                                • Artificial Intelligence (AI) for suitability of individual instruments under development and available 2021

The Need

Transmission of infectious agents to patients via reusable instruments is an ongoing and unnecessary hazard for patients and a significant liability for healthcare providers.

The need for SteriView Instrument Inspection and Infection Control Systems is immediate and urgent and is expected to continue to grow over time with the expansion of “Minimally Invasive Surgery” (MIS) Procedures.  Reprocessed instruments play an essential part in the enormous numbers of procedures, annually in the US:

It is vital that Hospitals and Surgery Centers have the requisite visualization technology in compliance with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation and American National Standards Institutes ST79 and ST91 Standards as well as expected new mandates by Congress. 

SteriView®Technologies, Inc. will be used to provide Hospital and Surgery Center Sterile Processing and Operating Room Departments visual confirmation that no sources of potentially infectious bacteria or bioburden remain in their instruments after cleaning.

SteriView equipment

SteriView® Technologies, Inc. a new class of inspection scopes:

  • Cost-effective inspection of instruments
  • Recording and documentation of inspection results
  • Addresses the serious problem of avoidable device-associated infections
  • A practical method of risk management, process improvement, and infection control