Category: "High-Level Disinfectant"

12 Posts Tagged "High-Level Disinfectant"

Do Expiration Dates Really Matter

Do Expiration Dates Really Matter

We’ve all been there. Looking at a food item that has technically expired according to the label, but looks and smells fresh. It’s easy and typically safe to ignore the label and just eat the food. But is it safe to use enzymatic cleaners or high-level disinfectants after they have expired?

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3 Reasons You Should Switch to Single Use HLDs

3 Reasons You Should Switch to Single Use HLDs

Multi-use disinfectants are not the only option available for high-level disinfection.

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When Saving Pennies Can Cost Dollars

When Saving Pennies Can Cost Dollars

When it comes to medical devices and the products needed for reprocessing transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) ultrasound probes, generic forms of high-level disinfectant can lead to very serious and costly consequences.

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The Best Way to Prevent Spreading Infection

The Best Way to Prevent Spreading Infection

Not only are HAIs unbelievably expensive and damaging to a healthcare facility, but they diminish and sometimes reverse the hard work put in by healthcare professionals to get patients healthy. In some cases, they even lead to death.

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FAQ What are the Differences Between TEEClean, TD 100, and TD 200?

FAQ What are the Differences Between TEEClean, TD 100, and TD 200?

When you’re considering purchasing an automated TEE ultrasound probe reprocessor for your facility. At CS Medical, we recognize that every facility has different preferences and needs, so we provide several state of the art options to take into consideration:

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FAQ: Peracetic Acid

FAQ: Peracetic Acid

Peracetic acid (PAA) is a high-level disinfectant (HLD) used in various industries ranging from sterilization in a healthcare setting to food processing.

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Proper Cleaning: How It Affects the Outcome of High Level Disinfection

Proper Cleaning: How It Affects the Outcome of High Level Disinfection

Evidence has been presented that semi-critical devices, devices that come in contact with mucous membranes or non-intact skin, such as endoscopes and endocavity probes, cause more healthcare associated infections than non-critical or critical medical devices...

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HLDs You Should Know About

HLDs You Should Know About

Let’s look at four HLDs commonly used to reprocess TEE ultrasound probes and find out what the risks are and how to mitigate them.

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Single-use vs Reusable HLDs

Single-use vs Reusable HLDs

In recent years the development of single-use HLDs has introduced a new question: is single-use a better option than reusable?

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FAQ Spotlight: How to Handle HLD Fumes

FAQ Spotlight: How to Handle HLD Fumes

Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) place a huge financial burden on facilities, can have enormous impacts on a provider's reputation, and put financial and emotional strain on patients.

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White Paper: Providing More Than Just Value

White Paper: Providing More Than Just Value

TD 1OO® Automated TEE Probe Disinfector with Single-use TD-5® and TD-8® disinfectants

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TD-8 FDA Clearance

TD-8 FDA Clearance

CS Medical is pleased to announce FDA 510(k) clearance of a new single-use, high-level disinfectant chemistry for the TD 100 Automated TEE Ultrasound Probe Disinfector

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