on the general floor
Pulse oximeter sensor
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) sleeves
Pneumatic tourniquet cuffs
Electrocardiogram (ECG) leads and cables
The science of reprocessing on the general floor
Includes strict, repeatable validation tests required to achieve FDA 510(k) clearnace or satisfy general controls such as:
Identifying devices with barcodes or permanent cycle marks ensure tight control of reprocessing cycles.
Devices are inspected for damage and material integrity
Pulse oximeter sensor and cerebral somatic sensor adhesive is removed and replaced. Other non-invasive devices do not require disassembly
Devices are subjected to tailored, validated cleaning processes that render the components safe
Each device is function tested and inspected to ensure it meets performance specifications
Devices meet all industry standards for packaging and sterilization
Collection efficiency on the general floor
Collections are customized to fit your hospital’s footprint. Our containers have been methodically designed to ensure we maximize your collections regardless of space and size limitations. The program is built for speed with minimal extra work for hospital staff. We recommended placement of these containers in soiled utility rooms.
- The staff should place DVT compression sleeves, tourniquet cuffs, HoverMatts, fall alarms, pressure infusor bags, cervical collars, stethoscopes and blood pressure cuffs in the blue Stryker hamper stand and pulse oximeter sensors, ECG leads and cables and cerebral/somatic oximetry sensors in the smaller white 1-gallon Stryker container. Just place them in the bins and our staff will do the rest!
- Our representatives will collect these containers, on a schedule that meets your facilities needs, and ship them to our reprocessing production facility in Lakeland, Florida.
*3rd party product distributed by Stryker