How to Clean Medical Equipment?

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Asked Jun 01, 2015
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Answered Jun 01, 2015
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Answered Nov 28, 2016
There are many solutions available for cleaning medical equipment because these equipment are to be used for many treatments and risk of transferring any of the bad factor from ones body to another body while using same equipment for both the treatment can be dangerous for patients.

Cleaning the equipment is a very essential task we have to do after doing any treatments while using those equipment and before using same equipment to another patient

These equipment can be cleaned using alcohol based spirit to remove most of the harmful bacteria and then must be placed with covering and placed in clean and dry places.
Answered Mar 25, 2020
1. Wash the equipment with soap (e.g. liquid dish soap) and clean water.
2. Rinse the equipment completely with clean water.
3. Disinfect the equipment to inactivate any remaining pathogens.
Answered Mar 27, 2020
The best practice is to pre-clean patient-care devices with water and detergent, or an enzymatic cleaner, before high-level disinfection or sterilization according to the devices IFU. Pre-cleaning helps to remove visible organic residues, such as blood and tissue, and inorganic salts
Answered 7 days ago

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