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Instruments Care

Cleaning and Sterilization: 

Please Inform each worker of the possible health effects of his or her exposure to infectious agents (e.g., hepatitis B virus [HBV], hepatitis C virus, human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]), and/or chemicals (e.g., EtO, formaldehyde). The information should be consistent with Occupational Safety and Health Administration  requirements and identify the areas and tasks in which potential exists for exposure.

Before sterilization, all instruments have to be disinfected and cleaned & please use one of the following three cleaning alternatives.

Ultrasonic Cleaning:

Ultrasonic Cleaning saves time. Secondly it is more efficient than cleaning by hand and lowers the risk of contamination. 

Cleaning by hand:

Cleaning by hand is efficient, if it is carried out properly. To prevent corrosion or injuries of the instruments, we recommend to use a soft brush and neutral or non-aggressive detergents. Please immediately dry up the instrument after this procedure by using a soft and dry cotton cloth. 

Thermo dis-infections:

Thermo dis-infection is also more efficient than cleaning by hand and lowers the risk of contamination. Mostly the machine is large and is inefficient if chosen for small quantity of instruments. Before sterilization the instruments should be dry to prevent stains. 

Instruments with joints or ratchets should be cleaned and sterilized in open position only.