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Posted by Dalina (Mauritius) (Questions: 1, Answers: 0)
Asked on September 1, 2017 6:04 am
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Dear, Dalina.

You are have a lot of the questions, so I start to answer from the first.
1. If MD was sterilize at the factory by EtO, and just expiry date is passing, technically we can resterilize this MD by EtO. It’s depend from low in your country. If MD was sterilize by Radiation after expiry date it will be trash. Usually you should ask manufacturer recommendation about resterilize of single use MD, but they will not give to you wrights for it, they will just sell to you a new MD.
2. In a lot of the countries resterilization of used MD is terminated by the low. In 2014 on 15 World congress in Prague, one speaker from the U.S.A. was read report about their practice for resterilization of single use MD. As I remember this MD is resterilizing in manufacture with all validation processes, MD price was -20% and patient was sign the papers that he was unformed about MD will be after reprocessing.
3. Main purpose of ultrasonic cleaner – washing the simple (without holes and channels) steel instruments.
4. For all of MD validated automatic washer-disinfector machine –is a best practice. You cannot validate manual processes. If you have instruments with holes and channels, for example laparoscopic instruments, you should discollect it and use minimum invasive surgery rack to canullate end washes this type of MD correctly.
5. Manual washing recommended for critical items only is you are working in the clean field. If you are working in the hospital you should use validated equipment (washing- disinfectors and sterilizers) to come to the best result of decontamination process and this process will be safe for patients, healthcare workers and environments.

Hope it’s help.
Petr Demidov, RN, MPH, CSSD manager, 4 City hospital, Moscow, Russia, drpedro@mail.ru

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Posted by Petr Demidov (Russia) (Questions: 0, Answers: 24)
Answered on September 4, 2017 9:38 am
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Dear Dalina (Mauritius
1 Reuse of all single-use devices are not permitted unless the users either obtain written instructions from the manufacturer or provide documentation showing that the reuse will not compromise patient safety or device effectiveness and integrity, or follow guidelines when using a third party re-processor of medical devices.

2 All expenses related to reuse must be thoroughly analyzed to ensure the cost-effectiveness of reprocessing the item.

3 The process to prepare each item for reuse must be reviewed and approved by the Infection Prevention and Control Committee, Biomedical Engineering Services, and Central Sterilization Service Department prior to final review by the Safety Committee and Approval Of Standard Committee.
The end result and answer will be Reuse of all single-use devices are not permitted.

Abukar Barqadle
Abu Dhabi UAE

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Answered on May 13, 2019 7:10 am
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Dear Dalina
Once items was expire that mean the shelf life of MD was compromise, not sterility unless open or pack were damaged , ETO sterilization cannot improve the shelf life of MD , if you want to do re sterilization of single use MD need follow FDA study .

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Answered on May 22, 2019 5:52 am
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Answered on May 22, 2019 5:53 am
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1. Is it advisable to resterilize expired single use devices using ETO and reuse those items? Please comment also on the material of the device. How safe is it to reuse?

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1. Is it advisable to resterilize expired single use devices using ETO and reuse those items? Please comment also on the material of the device. How safe is it to reuse?
2. Can we wash (manually) a single use medical device that has been used, sterilize using ETO and re – use on another patient? How safe and ethical is it? Please note that we do not have any local laws regarding this matter in our country.
3. What is the main purpose of the Ultrasonic cleaner?
4. What is the best practice for the cleaning and disinfection of fine instruments? Is automated washing recomended or manual washing preferred?
5. Is manual washing recomended for critical items (according to the Spaulding’s classification)?

Thank you

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Posted by Dalina (Mauritius) (Questions: 1, Answers: 0)
Asked on September 1, 2017 6:04 am
609 views
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Dear, Dalina.

You are have a lot of the questions, so I start to answer from the first.
1. If MD was sterilize at the factory by EtO, and just expiry date is passing, technically we can resterilize this MD by EtO. It’s depend from low in your country. If MD was sterilize by Radiation after expiry date it will be trash. Usually you should ask manufacturer recommendation about resterilize of single use MD, but they will not give to you wrights for it, they will just sell to you a new MD.
2. In a lot of the countries resterilization of used MD is terminated by the low. In 2014 on 15 World congress in Prague, one speaker from the U.S.A. was read report about their practice for resterilization of single use MD. As I remember this MD is resterilizing in manufacture with all validation processes, MD price was -20% and patient was sign the papers that he was unformed about MD will be after reprocessing.
3. Main purpose of ultrasonic cleaner – washing the simple (without holes and channels) steel instruments.
4. For all of MD validated automatic washer-disinfector machine –is a best practice. You cannot validate manual processes. If you have instruments with holes and channels, for example laparoscopic instruments, you should discollect it and use minimum invasive surgery rack to canullate end washes this type of MD correctly.
5. Manual washing recommended for critical items only is you are working in the clean field. If you are working in the hospital you should use validated equipment (washing- disinfectors and sterilizers) to come to the best result of decontamination process and this process will be safe for patients, healthcare workers and environments.

Hope it’s help.
Petr Demidov, RN, MPH, CSSD manager, 4 City hospital, Moscow, Russia, drpedro@mail.ru

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Posted by Petr Demidov (Russia) (Questions: 0, Answers: 24)
Answered on September 4, 2017 9:38 am
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Dear Dalina (Mauritius
1 Reuse of all single-use devices are not permitted unless the users either obtain written instructions from the manufacturer or provide documentation showing that the reuse will not compromise patient safety or device effectiveness and integrity, or follow guidelines when using a third party re-processor of medical devices.

2 All expenses related to reuse must be thoroughly analyzed to ensure the cost-effectiveness of reprocessing the item.

3 The process to prepare each item for reuse must be reviewed and approved by the Infection Prevention and Control Committee, Biomedical Engineering Services, and Central Sterilization Service Department prior to final review by the Safety Committee and Approval Of Standard Committee.
The end result and answer will be Reuse of all single-use devices are not permitted.

Abukar Barqadle
Abu Dhabi UAE

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Posted by maake17 (UAE) (Questions: 2, Answers: 3)
Answered on May 13, 2019 7:10 am
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Dear Dalina
Once items was expire that mean the shelf life of MD was compromise, not sterility unless open or pack were damaged , ETO sterilization cannot improve the shelf life of MD , if you want to do re sterilization of single use MD need follow FDA study .

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Posted by Sarafaz Ghulam (Pakistan) (Questions: 0, Answers: 3)
Answered on May 22, 2019 5:52 am
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hi

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Posted by Sarafaz Ghulam (Pakistan) (Questions: 0, Answers: 3)
Answered on May 22, 2019 5:53 am
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