Dry Cleaning Cloths.
How this product helps you comply with HTM 01-05 (2013 Edition)
Instruments should be dried using a disposable non-linting cloth after the cleaning process (see Phase3 of the Isopharm Decontamination Flowchart Poster). If the instruments are to be processed in a vacuum steriliser the instruments should be wiped before pouching and sterilisation. If the instruments are to be processed in a non-vacuum
steriliser the instruments should be wiped before sterilisation. In both cases instruments should be handled in a appropriate manner to avoid contamination. (HTM 01-05 2013 edition. Section 4.23)
Non-Linting cloths prevent air-drying, which should be avoided as it can result in corrosion and/or microbial growth. (HTM 01-05 2013 edition. Section 3.32)
Before carrying out the daily tests users should clean the rubber door seal of the steriliser with a clean, damp, non-linting cloth. (HTM 01-05 2013 edition. Section 4.20)
If reuseable instruments have a recommendation to wipe with a detergent solution, than a clean non-linting cloth plus the recommended detergent solution should be used. Followed by a clean, damp, non-linting cloth to wipe down any residue left behind, and then a dry clean non-linting cloth to dry the instruments. (HTM 01-05 2013 edition.Section 10.29)
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