Seminar processing of sterile goods - Block 2 - Equipment Technology

Product number: 9900079
Product information "Seminar processing of sterile goods - Block 2 - Equipment Technology"
Contents of Seminar

Seminar block 2 "Equipment technology, components and accessories":

Target group: Employees and managers from AEMP, CSSD and building services.

Seminar objective: Avoidance and prevention of costs for the renovation or new acquisition of equipment and system technology, up to the renewal of complete supply systems. Risk indicators, components and elements in the media supply system protect sterile processing and minimize risks in the treatment and reprocessing of medical devices.

Steam sterilization represents a very sensitive and demanding part of medical device reprocessing. Process water and steam within the sterilizers (autoclaves) directly transfer negative influences to the instrumentation and represent a latent and costly process risk in terms of hygiene, which actually results in high risks for patient safety. 

Daily practice shows that the limit values for feed water and condensate in the current DIN EN 285 prematurely lead to quality deficiencies in the equipment technology, the components and the overall system for sterile processing.

In this seminar block, our speaker Ralf Kurzrock will explain the influence of process water qualities on the technology used in sterile processing and the overall process, taking into account the current state of knowledge and the state of the art. Using practical examples and in joint group work, a holistic approach to the sterile processing process will be used to work out potentials for avoiding follow-up costs for refurbishment and new acquisitions, and convincing facts will be conveyed that will make the participants' daily tasks easier.