The Proper Sequence of Surgical Instrument Washer Treatments 
includes a series of mechanical surgical instrument cleaning and chemical surgical instrument cleaning treatments.  The surgical instrument washer mechanical treatments include:
cold water surgical instrument pre-wash, ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaner, surgical instrument detergent wash, redundant surgical instrument purified water rinses, and hot air surgical instrument drying. The surgical instrument washer chemical treatments include: four surgical instrument enzyme cleaners, detergent surgical instrument cleaner, surgical instrument surface conditioners, and surgical instrument lubricants. Once a device is clean, it is then safe for further processing and handling. The purpose of the surgical instrument washer and the proper sequence of washer treatments  is to deliver surgical instruments that are clean and safe to handle for reprocessing and are clean so that they can be sterilized. Surgical instruments that are not clean cannot be sterilized. Surgical Instrument Washers prepare surgical instruments for sterilization. Clean is the Prerequisite for Sterilization. Studies have demonstrated how properly designed Surgical Instrument Washers are able to deliver optimal cleaning using a combination of automated mechanical treatments, the proper sequence of washer treatments, and chemical treatments involving a four enzyme detergent Surgical Instrument Cleaner with a lubricant. The Surgical Instrument Washer and the proper sequence of washer treatments render surgical instruments that are clean and safe to handle. The purpose of a Surgical Instrument Washer is to deliver surgical instruments that are clean and safe to handle for reprocessing and are clean so that they can be sterilized. Surgical instruments that are not clean cannot be sterilized. Surgical Instrument Washers prepare surgical instruments for sterilization. Clean is the Prerequisite for Sterilization. Studies have demonstrated how properly designed Surgical Instrument Washers are able to deliver optimal cleaning using a combination of automated mechanical treatments, The Proper Sequence of Washer Treatments and chemical treatments using a four enzyme detergent Surgical Instrument Cleaner with a lubricant boost washing power and clean residue free. After being cleaned in a properly designed Surgical Instrument Washer, that included an Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument Cleaner using a four enzyme detergent Surgical Instrument Cleaner: evaluation of the surgical instrument washer using the proper sequence of washer treatments confirmed that the efficacy of disinfection was 100%. All instruments and utensils tested were sterile at the completion of the process. The Proper Sequence of Surgical Instrument Washer Treatments includes a series of mechanical and chemical treatments. The surgical instrument washer mechanical treatments include: cold water pre-wash, ultrasonic surgical instrument cleaner, detergent wash, purified water rinses, and hot air drying. The surgical instrument washer chemical treatments include: four enzymes, (Lipase, Amylase, Carbohydrase, and Protease Enzymes) detergent surgical instrument cleaner, surgical instrument surface conditioners, and surgical instrument lubricants. Surgical Instrument Detergents that deliver the power of four enzymes clean more effectively. Contact us for product information and pricing. After being cleaned in a Surgical Instrument Washer using an enzyme detergent lubricating Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument Cleaner the resulting evaluation of the Surgical Instrument Washer with Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument Cleaner confirmed that the efficacy of disinfection was 100%. All instruments and utensils tested were sterile at the completion of the process. Properly Designed Surgical Instrument Washer with Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument Cleaner Decontamination Washer Disinfectors provide the prerequisite for cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization
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The goal of cleaning decontaminating reprocessing surgical instruments is to deliver clean surgical instruments that are safe for the reprocessing staff and have received the prerequisite for disinfecting and/or sterilizing surgical instruments. It is a recognized risk of exposure to unidentified microorganisms that reprocessing personal endure during the decontamination, reprocessing, and cleaning of surgical instruments. Our goal is to minimize the amount and degree of reprocessing personal exposure to this risk and provide reprocessed surgical instruments that are clean: safe to handle, safe for patient care, and are cleaned (decontaminated reprocessed) at the lowest cost. The optimal decontamination cleaning-reprocessing of surgical instruments will secure the prerequisite for disinfecting surgical instruments and/or sterilizing surgical instruments, deliver surgical instruments that are safe to handle, and reduce reprocessing costs.
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