SNAP, Endoscope Guide

The SNAP device facilitates the safe passage of a Nasendoscopy through a Surgical Mask into the nasal cavity. Aerosolised droplets produced during the procedure will be caught in the surgical mask.

  • Protects from airborne risks and diseases
  • A one-way valve that can be retrofitted to any fluid resistant Surgical Mask
  • Designed with the aim to keep Clinicians safe and so better able to deliver high quality care to their patients
  • Facilitates the movement of a Nasendoscope up to 4mm in diameter
  • Ensures safe passage of a Nasendoscopy through a Surgical Mask, creating an aperture for the Endoscope to pass through into the Nasal Cavity
  • Reduces the risks associated with the patient sneezing
  • Scientifically proven to reduce the prevalence of AGP (Aerosol Generating Particles) during examination
  • Provides better safety and care for both the Patient & Clinician
  • Clinical Otolaryngology Peer Review Paper and Trial
  • Filtrex Optical Particle Report for SNAP
  • MET 1952-2591 Splash Resistance Test Report
  • SNAP White Paper August 2020
  • UK Manufactured
  • Winner of the 2020 MediWales “Partnership with the NHS” Award
  • Winner of the 2021 “Special Focus On COVID” Meridian Award
  • Continuing ENT Diagnosis Throughout COVID-19 Safely webinar

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