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Reduce HAIs, Cut Costs,[1,2] and Improve Outcomes with CIVCO Covers

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CIVCO is a Leader in Infection Control

For nearly 20 years, CIVCO transducer covers have served as effective viral barriers for protection against microbial migration, including viruses, bacteria and bloodborne pathogens. Now, CIVCO offers the Intuit Series covers, with simplified application technique to help reduce the incidence and consequence of HAI in your facility.[3]

Our extensive range of products are clinically designed and tested for ultrasound use. CIVCO covers provide:

  • Clinical confidence in the highest quality materials
  • Full range of custom-fit covers across all specialties
  • Easy application and sterile gel
Make CIVCO your Infection Control partner to fulfill all your ultrasound probe cover needs.

Introducing a new line of transducer covers utilizing CIVCO’s premium CIV-Flex™ material and delivering simplified application mechanisms for an improved user experience.

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CIVCO Offers Wide Range of Protective Cover Solutions

Endocavity Covers

General Purpose Covers

Surgical Covers

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Common Probe Cover Myths Explained

MYTH: Probe covers fail 2-8% of the time.[4]
FACT: The last time probe covers were tested in literature was 1996. Common clinical usage was not followed in this study.
MYTH: Latex-free covers must include on the label that they are not made with natural rubber latex.
FACT: The FDA and ISO do not recognize symbols associated with latex-free. Only products containing latex are required to state as such.[5]
MYTH: Probe covers are not necessary for TEE procedures or single-shot interventional procedures.
FACT: The FDA, CDC, AIUM and ultrasound manufacturers recommend the use of protective probe covers to prevent the spread of cross-contamination for all semi-critical devices.[6,7,8,9,10]
MYTH: If a probe cover is used, using a disinfectant wipe is acceptable between patients.
FACT: Spaulding Classification mandates high-level disinfection to be performed for all probes that come in contact with mucous membranes, non-intact skin or high-risk patients.[11]