|PC002||PC002.0020||1 box-20 vials and swabs|
|PC002.0100||1 box-100 vials and swabs|
Infection prevention for patients and the health risks minimizing of health workers entails the need for effective processes of cleaning, disinfection, and/or sterilization of medical equipment used repeatedly. In the world, there are several standards and norms (EN ISO 15833-1, ANSI/AAMI ST79, HTM 01-01 part D, etc.) regulating the process of cleaning and disinfection of medical tools as well as methods of controlling the effectiveness of this process. In the washing process, it is necessary to remove all traces of blood, body fluids, and impurities from the tools. Failure of the process may result in an undesirable biological load on the tools, increasing the risk of infections. Residues of proteins on the surfaces of tools are universal cleanliness indicators.
Detection of the proteins is incredibly simple while using Pro-Check SensiPlus. It only requires to swab the surface by a provided swab and then immerse it in a color-changing solution for a few seconds.
If any residue of protein is present the reagent will change color from yellow to green/blue. The color change provides also semi-quantitative results of the checked surface cleanliness.
Quick detection of the contamination (results achieved in few seconds),
It does not leave any marks on the surface while checking its cleanliness,
Easy-to-interpret color change from yellow to green/blue, so there is no need to use any additional instruments,
Extremely high sensitivity (even 2µg of albumin) of the test,
Helps to meet the requirements of standards as EN ISO 15833-1, ANSI/AAMI ST79, HTM 01-01 part D, etc.
- ISO 15883-1:2010 Washer-disinfectors – Part 1: General requirements, terms and definitions and tests
- Health Technical Memorandum 01-01: Management and decontamination of surgical instruments (medical devices) used in acute care Part D: Washer-disinfectors (2016)
- ANSI/AAMI ST79:2017 Comprehensive guide to steam sterilization and sterility assurance in health care facilities