When used on different patients, medical devices become soiled and contaminated with micro-organisms. To avoid any risk of infection, medical devices undergo “reprocessing”, a detailed multi-step process to clean and disinfect or sterilize them. Once reprocessed, medical devices can be safely used again on patients.
Inadequate reprocessing can result in the retention of blood, tissue and other biological debris (soil) in certain types of reusable medical devices. These debris can allow microbes to survive the disinfection or sterilization process, which could then lead to Health-care Associated Infections (HAIs). Hence, it is very critical to properly reprocess the medical devices after each use.
We provide the following Reprocessors for easing the job of medical practitioners: