Cleaning Eye Surgical Instruments
The ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaners are non-irritating, 100% biodegradable, and Neutral pH Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaners are recommended by eye surgical instrument Manufacturers. Virtually all manufacturers of eye surgical instruments, rigid scopes, flexible scopes, and eye instrument containers recommend the use of neutral pH cleaning concentrates. Generic Example of this recommendation: Do not use high acidic (pH <4) or high alkaline (pH >10) products for disinfection or cleaning, since these can corrode metal, cause discoloration or stress fractures. Do not use abrasive pads or Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaners that will scratch the surface allowing dirt and water deposits to collect. Abrasive cleaning will remove the protective passive layer. Do not use high concentrations of chlorine bleach to clean or disinfect stainless eye steel instruments, as pitting will occur. Never use bleach to clean any eye surgical instruments. The high pH of bleach causes surface deposits of brown stains and might even corrode the eye instrument. Even high quality stainless steel is not impervious to an acidic bleach solution. Sort eye surgical instruments by similar metal for subsequent processing so that electrolytic deposition (galvanic corrosion) due to contact between dissimilar metals will not occur. Rinsing eye surgical Instruments Source Water can contain many minerals, which may discolor and stain eye surgical instruments. It is recommended that de-ionized water be used for the final rinsing to prevent spotting. The all-in-one or combination cleaning concentrates can be effective in treating unacceptably hard source water and removing hard water encrustation from eye surgical instruments and equipment. If untreated tap water is used for final rinsing, then the eye instruments must be dried immediately to avoid staining. Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaner and the Sterilization of Eye Surgical Instruments Clean instruments, or apply treatment to prevent the drying and encrustation of debris, as quickly as possible after use. Do not allow blood and debris to dry on the eye instruments. If cleaning must be delayed, place groups of instruments in a covered container with appropriate detergent or enzymatic solution to delay drying. The use of pre-soaking enzyme foam sprays has been shown to reduce the time expended for manual cleaning and render higher quality outcomes. After surgery, open all box locks and disassemble eye instruments with removable parts. This will limit blood drying on instruments that may cause them to corrode. The all-in-one cleaners and the enzyme-detergent foam sprays deliver a chemical complex to: maintain hydration of bioburden, prevent corrosion, clean the surface, and condition the surface of eye instruments. This can significantly reduce manual cleaning and facilitate cleaning the surface of eye surgical instruments, scopes, and the lumens of cannulated eye instruments. If used properly, all-in-one enzyme detergent foam sprays and/or all-in-one combination cleaning concentrates can render excellent outcomes and facilitate cleaning eye instruments and scopes inside-and-out.
The all-in-ONE Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaners are packages as:
easy FOAM-it Eye Surgical Instrument pre wsh Cleaner, 12 per case,
Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaner 4 gallons per case with 1 pump,
Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaner 5 gallon,
Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaner 30 gallon, and
Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaner 55 gallon jugs.
The easy FOAM-it Enzyme Detergent Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaners for residue free instruments. The Enzyme Detergent for cleaning Eye Surgical Instruments residue free and cleaning eye surgical instruments fast. Enzyme Surgical Instrument Detergents Contact us for product information and pricing that will lower your costs for cleaning and conditioning eye surgical instruments and deliver the surgical instrument care that you and your eye surgical instruments deserve. John Temple Product Development
Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaners for residue free eye instruments.
The Enzyme Detergent is for cleaning Eye Surgical Instruments residue free and cleaning eye surgical instruments fast. The ONEcleaner Eye Surgical Instrument Cleaning Detergent Lubricants cut cleaning costs. The removal of emulsified bioburden is the most difficult cleaning challenge. Surgical procedures that involve suction produce emulsified forms of bioburden, this includes eye surgical procedures that use phacoemulsification. Cleaning orthopedic surgical Instruments and cleaning eye surgical instruments offer the most difficult cleaning challenges due to the emulsification of lipids and proteins.
Due to the increased awareness of TASS and it's most probable causes, the all-in-ONE Surgical Instrument Detergent Enzyme Cleaner was developed as a free rinsing detergent-enzyme-lubricant cleaner that will render residue free eye surgical instruments. During the field trials it was discovered that the all-in-ONE Surgical Instrument Detergent Enzyme Lubricant Cleaners performed better than any other product for cleaning even the most challenging bioburden, stains, and encrustation. The all-in-ONE Surgical Instrument Detergent Enzyme Cleaners are now being used worldwide for cleaning surgical instruments, scopes, and utensils for applications that include: soaking surgical instruments prior to cleaning, manually cleaning surgical instruments, ultrasonically cleaning surgical instruments, and automated surgical instrument washers and disinfectors.
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