OtoSet®

FDA CLEARED EAR CLEANING SYSTEM

Delivering a quick, safe, effective, and mess-free in-office device
to remove impacted earwax

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Quick

Reduces procedure time from 25 minutes to less than 5 minutes

Safe

Ear tips safely direct liquid flow towards the walls of the ear canals

Effective

Clinically proven to remove mild to severe earwax impactions

Mess Free

Suction collects all earwax and liquid into the waste containers

“Say so-long to Q-tips and those huge, awkward water syringes.”

GEEKWIRE

Treat patients for hearing loss

Impacted earwax is the leading cause of conductive hearing loss according to Harvard Medical School. Syringes, spray bottles, and water flossers are time-consuming, messy, and antiquated. Learn how healthcare professionals are reducing procedure time and treating more patients with OtoSet®.

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Ear cleaning for modern physicians

OtoSet® is the first automated and FDA Cleared ear cleaning device for clinical use. At the push of a button, liquid flow and micro-suction technology combine to automatically break down and remove impacted earwax for a quick, safe, effective, and mess-free earwax removal procedure.

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Medical Technologies of 2020

Impacted earwax can be a major nuisance, causing loss of hearing, discomfort, and dizziness. OtoSet looks like a pair of headphones, but with irrigation and suction tips. Treatment takes five minutes from setup-to-cleanup, and in clinical studies it was able to deal with even severe earwax buildup.

How it works

OtoSet® is the first automated and FDA Cleared ear cleaning device for clinical use. In a 35-second cleaning cycle, liquid flow is directed from solution containers through disposable ear tips and towards the walls of the ear canals to break down earwax. Continuous micro-suction draws the earwax and liquid back through the ear tips and into disposable waste containers for a mess-free earwax removal procedure.

Automation takes guesswork out of angles and pressures
Ability to perform both bilateral or unilateral procedures
Hygienic with disposable ear tips and waste containers

Easy to move from room-to-room with no wires or tubes

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Say so-long to Q-tips and those huge, awkward water syringes. If Seattle startup SafKan Health gets its way, antiquated ear cleaning devices will be a thing of the past. The company has developed OtoSet, a pair of headphones that can professionally clean a patient’s ears in just 35 seconds.

GEEKWIRE

Medical devices come in all shapes and sizes, but there’s one ear-cleaning device that resembles Beats by Dre headphones. OtoSet, developed by SafKan Health, is a wearable device that offers irrigation and ongoing suction designed to eliminate earwax in 35 seconds. Plus, the headset looks cool.

TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER

SafKan Health has developed OtoSet, a medical device resembling a trendy set of earphones to make the job of removing excess and impacted earwax in a safe manner easier. The procedure could be carried out by nurses in primary care settings, freeing up specialists to focus on more complex patients.

MEDCITY NEWS

Impacted earwax can be a major nuisance, causing loss of hearing, discomfort, and dizziness. OtoSet looks like a pair of headphones, but with irrigation and suction tips. Treatment takes five minutes from setup-to-cleanup, and in clinical studies it was able to deal with even severe earwax buildup.

MEDGADGET

Each year millions of Americans visit their physicians to remove impacted earwax. The current practice for removing impacted earwax is the ear and bladder syringe, which has been the standard of care since 1821, a time consuming and unpleasant process for both the patient and the clinician.

ARIZONA PUBLIC MEDIA

Developed to clean impacted earways, OtoSet has irrigation and microsuction technology built into an automated device. Impacted earwax is present in 1 in 10 children, 1 in 20 adults, and more than one-third of the elderly. It is also the leading cause of conductive hearing loss, according to a Harvard report.

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