Heyl Neomeris Clinical Solutions

A system for the production of demineralized water, which is used as process water in treatment, is a combination of several components. In order to optimize these work processes, technical guidelines recommend stricter limit values. Many hospital management teams and AEMP managers are already adapting their process water production to these new requirements. This has several advantages. In addition to legal certainty, this also results in direct cost savings. There is less damage to medical devices: Limescale deposits, corrosion and silicate deposits as visible signs of poor process water quality in medical instruments, washer-disinfectors and sterilizers occur much less frequently. The hygienic risk of germ contamination and soiling, which jeopardize successful sterilization and therefore patient safety, is reduced. Presumably every medical facility puts the well-being of patients first, far ahead of economic considerations, which of course can hardly be avoided. Everyone who bears legal responsibility for patient safety and processes has a duty here. Legal certainty in reprocessing can only be achieved with up-to-date water treatment in accordance with the latest state of knowledge. Anyone who also keeps an eye on relieving the burden on staff in these considerations will come to the conclusion that optimized work processes and the associated reduction in stress will increase employee satisfaction - a classic win-win situation.