Following established protocols for instrument reprocessing is a pivotal aspect of modern healthcare as it helps to minimize the patient's risk for infection of the surgical site. Compliance protects your reputation, your revenue, and shows proper accountability for public safety.
Four Sterility Assurance Compliance Contributors:
Contributor #1: Best practice tip for Sterilization Pouches- Single, light weight items, (e.g. scissors, forceps, etc.) should be packaged in sterilization pouch.
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Contributor #2: Best practice tip for Class 5 integrators- This product supports eliminating the release of nonsterile instruments into circulation, and therefore should be included in every pouch, wrapped tray and rigid container.
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Contributor #3: Best practice tip for Sterilization Wrap- The advent of nonwoven technology as an excellent microbial barrier coupled with wrap fabricated to execute simultaneous wrapping has produced a product that saves time and money while preserving compliance.
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Contributor #4: Best practice tip for Sterilization Tape- Steam Indicator Tape is just one of the visual gages verifying that steam sterilization has occurred.
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In the News:
Frequent reports of infection prevention breaches have filled the headlines. To see the effect of noncompliant practices: Click on the articles below »
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Prep and Transport:
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