Integral in the perioperative loop, SYSTEM 1E Liquid Chemical Sterilant Processing System is designed to improve the flow of the OR with minimal costly inventory and increased productivity, allowing maximum surgical procedures with reduced resources. In 23-minutes, you're ready for the next procedure.
Liquid chemical sterilization provides fast reprocessing ease for cleaned, reusable, immersible, and heat-sensitive critical and semi-critical devices. S40™ Sterilant Concentrate is a powerful liquid chemical sterilant that eliminates all microbial life. Its compact footprint makes SYSTEM 1E processor convenient and ideal for a variety of locations. The use-dilution is neutral pH, and rinses safely down the drain. The SYSTEM 1E processor performs two quick rinse cycles, reducing energy and water consumption.
Running a 23-minute cycle, the SYSTEM 1E processor minimizes device downtime between patients. Two pre-filters, UV irradiation and a MaxPure™ filter work in harmony with S40 Sterilant Concentrate as a validated process for critical and semi-critical, heat sensitive devices. This gentle use-dilution protects delicate surgical instruments, including multi-channel flexible surgical endoscopes. Providing a high standard of patient care, whether it’s in your OR or GI department, the SYSTEM 1E processor will help you process your devices with confidence.
SYSTEM 1E Liquid Chemical Sterilant Processing System Process Monitoring and ValidationYou must register in order to view the archived version of this webcast.
(approx. 30 mins.)
The presentation will address the following topics:
• FDA Guidance on monitoring the SYSTEM 1E Liquid Chemical Sterilization Cycle
• Monitoring capabilities of the SYSTEM 1E processor
• Role of Biological Indicators
• Appropriate standards for the use of SYSTEM 1E
Presenters:Richard Schule, Director of Clinical Education
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SYSTEM 1E Liquid Chemical Sterilant Processing System Process Monitoring and Validation.
Extensively treated potable water enters the processor through a
3-Step Treatment Process