Category: "Probing Questions"

15 Posts Tagged "Probing Questions"

FAQ Spotlight: TEEClean® Self-Disinfection Cycle

FAQ Spotlight: TEEClean® Self-Disinfection Cycle

A feature that can give users and healthcare facilities more confidence that they are providing patients with the highest level of care and security.

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TEE Probe Protection

TEE Probe Protection

TEE probes are very easily damaged if they are banged, scraped, or mishandled.

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The Importance of Material Compatibility Testing

The Importance of Material Compatibility Testing

Material compatibility testing is what ensures the safety and longevity of practically every medical device on the market

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APIC Launch of TEEClean®

APIC Launch of TEEClean®

This year, APIC’s 46th annual conference was held in Philadelphia, PA, from June 12-14.

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TEEClean® Announcement

TEEClean® Announcement

The first product of its kind to be cleared by the US FDA

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Saving Money with TEE Complete Care

Saving Money with TEE Complete Care

When considering purchasing new equipment and putting new processes in place, healthcare facilities always have to consider whether these changes will save money.

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Importance of Water Quality

Importance of Water Quality

Overlooking water quality can have serious repercussions for patients and healthcare facilities.

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Difference between Cleaning and High-Level Disinfecting

Difference between Cleaning and High-Level Disinfecting

When reprocessing transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) ultrasound probes, sometimes the numerous steps can feel overwhelming

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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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Reducing the Risk of Biofilm

Reducing the Risk of Biofilm

When biofilm forms on a device, like a transesophageal echocardiogram ultrasound (TEE) probe, it is nearly impossible to remove and can endanger patient safety.

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Dangers of Occupational Exposure

Dangers of Occupational Exposure

Occupational exposure poses a real risk to employees at healthcare facilities and must be properly addressed in order to keep everyone in good health.

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The Cost of HAIs

The Cost of HAIs

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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FDA Enforcing Probe Repair Regulations

FDA Enforcing Probe Repair Regulations

What do you do when your TEE ultrasound probe has broken? There are many complications that can result from an inadequate repair.

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The Importance of Cleaning

The Importance of Cleaning

If a probe is not cleaned properly, it may result in biofilm developing on the probe, making disinfection difficult to achieve.

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FAQ Spotlight: TEE Probe or Endoscope?

FAQ Spotlight: TEE Probe or Endoscope?

Since TEE Probes and Endoscopes can look alike, it can be easy to assume that they can be cleaned and disinfected in the same manner.

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