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surgical instrument cleaners

23 June 2015
surgical instrument sterilization - Pre-Cleaning key to appropriate Medical instrument Cleaning


Current aseptic processing department (SPD) sinks are a lousy compromise for instrument cleaning. There's a great reason why: they are not made for surgical instrument reprocessing in the slightest. They may truly be restaurant kitchen sinks used as instrument decontamination stations. These deep sinks are made to take large cooking pots along with cooking implements that were smaller. In a manner that was similar they are frequently used in SPDs, to clean very big things in addition to little ones. This might be considered a worst-case way for surgical instruments.


After years of watching thousands of gallons of unused chemicals and water disappear, seeing high-priced instruments and screws drip through oversized drains, and experiencing back pain from declining over deep eatery-design sink basins, sterile processing technicians tend to be more than ready for a new and much better approach to perform manual cleaning processes.


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