Pulse Lavage Model W-205

The use of the CLEANEST and its effectiveness have been clinically proven and well documented in both orthopaedic surgeries and in wound management.

In orthopaedic, the CLEANEST uses powerful pulsed irrigation to clean up cancellous bone by washing away blood and debris, making a much improved bone-cement interface and subsequently increase the life of prosthesis while reducing infection rate and fat embolism.

In wound debridement from burn to trauma to chronic wounds, the CLEANEST effectively and efficiently removes more than 90% of necrotic tissue, foreign contaminant and bacteria; facilitates a faster healing process while greatly reduces infection rate.

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1. Less Waste: The re-usable AC adaptor allows the riddance of any hazardous alkaline batteries and is an environmentally friendly option.

2. More Power: Extra powerful irrigation and non-diminishing power output.

3. Adjustable powerful irrigation pressure for orthopaedic and gentle pressure for wounds.

4. Reliable and consistent power.

5. Double packed and sterilized.

6. Integrated tubings to avoid intertwining.

7. Ergonomic design with minimal installation; features nozzle lock to secure nozzle in place during procedures.

    “The routine use of pulsed or pressurized lavage appears to be the single most important factor in preparing the bone bed. It is essential in achieving adequate and uniform penetration of bone cement and a sound cement-bone interface.”
    “after pressurized lavage, the cement-bone composite layer was 50% to 75% as strong as the bone cement and always stronger than the adjacent cancellous bone. This situation would seem to offer the best chance of maintaining a stable mechanical environment and allowing osseointegration to take place.”
    “Since initial fixation strength is considered a key to long-term survival of the implants, the use of pulsed lavage should be regarded as a mandatory preparation step when cementing tibial components.”

                                      Reference: R. S. Majokowski, A. W. Miles, O. C. Bannister J. Perkins, G. J. S. Taylor ‘Bone Surface

                                      Preparation in Cemented Joint Replacement’ The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
                                      Reference: Ulf J. Schlegel, Jan Siewe, Karl S. Deland, Peer Eysel, Klaus Pueschel, Michael M.

                                      Morlock, Anne Gebert de Uhlenbrock ‘Pulsed Lavage Improves Fixation Strength of Cemented

                                      Tibial Components’ International Orthopaedics (SICOT) (2011) 

    “The United States Army Institute of Surgical Research, after performing an experiment on a Bioluminescent Musculoskeletal Wound Model concludes that     “irrigation with pulsed lavage is more effective than irrigation with a bulb syringe in this large-animal model of a complex, contaminated musculoskeletal wound and may allow smaller volumes of irrigant to be used.”

                                       Reference: Major Steven J. Svoboda, MD; Terry G. Bice, MS; Heather A. Gooden, BS; Daniel E. Brooks, BS;

                                       Darryl B. Thomas, MD; Joseph C. Wenke, PhD ‘Comparison of Bulb Syringe and Pulsed Lavage Irrigation

                                       with Use of a Bioluminescent Musculoskeletal Wound Model’ The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. 2006.

    “In conclusion, lavage of the vertebral bodies resulted in a significant reduction of the embolic load and thus prevented the increase in pulmonary arterial pressure after PMMA injection, even though significantly more cement was injected into the lavaged vertebrae potentially displacing more bone marrow fat into the venous system. Vertebral lavage for removing intravertebral fat prior to cement injection for multilevel vertebroplasty may be useful for preventing potentially life threatening complications in patients with impaired cardiopulmonary function.” 

                                          Reference: Lorin M. Benneker, Jorg Krebs, Vanessa Boner, Andreas Boger, Simon Hoerstrup, Paul F.

                                          Heini, and Armando Gisep ‘Cardiovascular Changes After OMMA Vertebroplasty in Sheep: The Effect of

                                          Bone Marrow Removal Using Pulsed Jet-Lavage’ Eur Spine J. 2010 November

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Product Description

  Packaging Info.

Disposable Hand Piece


Disposable Hand Piece with only Knee Nozzles


10 units / carton

13.5 Kg

47 x 36 x 45 cm



Disposable Hand Piece with both Femoral and Knee Nozzles

Re-usable AC Adaptor




Re-usable AC Adaptor

8 units / carton

10.7 Kg

44 x 42 x 33 cm



Fan Spray (Knee) Nozzle


50 units / carton box

46 x 43 x 36 cm


Femoral Canal (Hip) Nozzle


Femoral Brush Nozzle


Shower Spray (Spine) Nozzle


Large Splash Guard (12cm Diameter)