Products for Maintaining Veterinary Instruments
Instrument reprocessing in veterinary medicine is not only done for retaining hygiene, but also for maintaining the quality of the surgical and diagnostic instruments. Careful methodology, as well as the use of suitable cleaners, disinfectants and care products is necessary for reprocessing instruments. In doing so, it is important that all tissue residue, secretions and other contaminations are removed from the instruments. Nevertheless, this should be done with material-friendly cleaning and maintenance tools.
The choice of the correct care and cleaning products is relevant in order to retain the quality of surgical instruments. Maintenance products for medical instruments, like instrument and silicon sprays, special oils, or cotton wipes and instrument cleaning pads, can be found in our online shop.
Instrument sterilisation leads to the elimination of pathogenic and apathogenic microorganisms, making it more effective and comprehensive than standard disinfection. In an autoclave, sterilisation is achieved through steam subjected to pressure so that even heat-sensitive rubber and plastic objects or textiles can be easily sterilised. Hot air sterilisers kill microorganisms by releasing dry heat. Praxisdienst offers you autoclaves and hot air sterilisers for sterilising instruments, as well as bag sealers and sterilisation packaging and containers.
Ultrasonic treatment is a cleaning method which represents a mechanical alternative to manual instrument cleaning. This is particularly suited for sensitive or difficult-to-clean instruments in order to optimally clean your medical instruments without causing corrosion. You can purchase ultrasonic cleaners for cleaning veterinary instruments at affordable prices in our online shop.
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