Setting the Standard for Automated Cleaning and High-Level Disinfection

Founded in 2003, CS Medical LLC is the leader in developing, manufacturing, and marketing medical devices to provide automated cleaning and high-level disinfection of ultrasound TEE probes as well as pre- and post- probe care compliance solutions.

CS Medical products have a single objective: to minimize the potential of patient exposure to improperly reprocessed TEE ultrasound probes.

For over 15 years, CS Medical LLC has been a leader in developing, manufacturing, and marketing medical devices that are designed to provide cleaning and high-level disinfection of ultrasound TEE probes. Our products are engineered and developed with one single objective in mind: to minimize the potential of patient exposure to improperly reprocessed TEE ultrasound probes.

Our core product, the TD 100® Automated TEE Probe Disinfector, is an example of our ongoing commitment to innovation and to the health and safety of medical patients and staff. The TD 100 eliminates manual reprocessing of delicate and expensive TEE ultrasound probes while providing a repeatable and FDA cleared disinfection process.

The TEEClean® Automated TEE Probe Cleaner Disinfector will continue the TD 100's work by automating the required cleaning process for the TEE probe before high-level disinfection. TEEClean, with electronic record data logging, printed verification reporting, FDA cleared cleaning, and high-level disinfection will be the standard of care for TEE ultrasound probes.

Located in Creedmoor, North Carolina, CS Medical's products provide quality device care and storage by minimizing healthcare operational costs, improving device readiness and increasing regulatory compliance.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does the room that the TD 100 is used in have to be under negative or positive pressure?

A: The TD 100 is self venting through bonded carbon filtration that captures any vapors generated during the disinfection and rinse cycles. It operates like a ductless hood as outlined in AAMI/ANSI ST.58. The TD 100 does not require either a positive or negative pressure room. Local, state and federal guidelines should be followed for room ventilation requirements.

Q: Does the TD 100 store data?

A: No, the TD 100 does not store data but at the conclusion of a successful disinfection a written printout is provided with time, date, operator ID, probe ID, chemical type, lot number, serial number, run number, contact time and contact temperature.  If the machine does not complete the high-level disinfection, another print out is produced to indicate high-level disinfection has not occurred and diagnostic details of the aborted cycle are provided.  The print out can be stored in the HLD TRACKER which holds 200 records per record book.  Additionally, the HLD TRACKER allows for documentation of the electrical leakage testing and any other patient details desired by the healthcare facility.

Q: Is bedside cleaning and cleaning the same?

A: No, bedside cleaning is done when the TEE/TOE probe is removed from the patient's mouth. The use of an enzymatic with an applicator is required to begin the process of removal of inorganic and organic matter that can dry on the TEE/TOE probe and result in biofilm being formed.  Cleaning, also known as the manufacturers' recommended cleaning method, is performed prior to high-level disinfection. This process utilizes an enzymatic solution in the form of a bath.  This process allows the probe to soak for 2-3 minutes before removing, rinsing and then drying.