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Ultrasonic Cleaner from Tovatech Plays Key Role in World Health Organization's Guidelines for Infection Control
Date:11/10/2009

Using an ultrasonic cleaner is faster, safer and more thorough than scrubbing when cleaning medical instruments used in healthcare facilities. Improved cleaning results, shorter cleaning time and lower costs through reuse of instruments are added benefits of ultrasonic cleaning.

South Orange, NJ (PRWEB) November 10, 2009 -- Infection control through proper cleaning of medical instruments is a critical step in preventing infections from passing between patients being treated for accidents or diseases. An Elma ultrasonic cleaner from Tovatech LCC, based here, can save healthcare facilities time when employed first in a three-step World Health Organization guideline for infection control: cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing. As an added benefit properly cleaned instruments can be reused to lower costs for these facilities.

When a used medical instrument is not thoroughly cleaned, residual debris may be left behind. This debris can render the subsequent disinfection and the sterilization steps ineffective. In contrast to manual scrubbing, cleaning surgical instruments in an Elma ultrasonic cleaner efficiently removes contamination from joints and crevices and dramatically reduces the potential for puncture wounds from sharp tools.

Compact, versatile 1.8 gallon capacity Elmasonic models S70 and E70H are examples of bench top ultrasonic cleaner units ideally sized for medical instruments. Tank internal dimensions are approximately (LxWxD) 20 x 5.4 x 4 inches. A high performance 37 kHz transducer system creates the cavitation action to penetrate minute crevices and quickly
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