PCI medical first introduced its innovative vapor control technology in GUS Disinfection Soak Stations™ in 1995. At that time, the common high-level disinfectant was Glutaraldehyde, hence the name "GUS" (Glutaraldehyde User Station). Today, many high-level disinfectants (OPA, glutaraldehyde, and hydrogen peroxide) are used to disinfect instruments and they require safety engineering controls. GUS makes using any high-level disinfectant safe to use.
Endovaginal Endorectal Two containers: one for endocavity probe soak and one for rinse. For lower volume facilities.
Endovaginal Endorectal Three containers: two for soak and one for rinse. Disinfects two endocavity probes at once. For higher volume facilities.