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Asked on March 1, 2019 10:38 pm
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Dear Hassanalj.

All textile materials that you sterilize –It’s in the first- porus materials and in the second – its materials that produce textile dust.
If you try to sterilize textile you should remember that textile pack cannot have weight more than 7 kg. (EN 285). If you have weight of textile pack more than 7 kg, air (first enemy of steam sterilization) cannot be removing from big textile pack and you have fail result of CI.
All materials that you are use in OR cannot produce textile dust (that produce textile linen). All OR in European countries are certificated in Clean rooms Standard class 9 (ISO 14644). Textile dust in air of clean rooms (Operation rooms) can be cause of non infections (allergic) inflammation of surgical wound.

Technically, if standards of OR in your country is not so strong like in EU and The USA, you can sterilize textile materials for your purposes, however you should know that your sterilizer can sterilize textile materials (EN 285, 134C-5 min, vacuum air removing, vacuum dry, minimum 3 pulses of air evacuation)

Hope it’s help

Petr Demidov, Moscow, Russia

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Answered on March 5, 2019 11:02 am
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LINEN STERILIZATION

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I saw hospital put all linen together and sterilizing them in the autoclave , and indicator gives fail result , who can help me from standard that they cant put line 20 groups in linen , and each group contains at lest ten each of the big line together in sterilization cycle . Or how they can sterilize the textile or linen sheets ?

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Posted by Hassanalj (Saudi Arabia) (Questions: 1, Answers: 0)
Asked on March 1, 2019 10:38 pm
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Dear Hassanalj.

All textile materials that you sterilize –It’s in the first- porus materials and in the second – its materials that produce textile dust.
If you try to sterilize textile you should remember that textile pack cannot have weight more than 7 kg. (EN 285). If you have weight of textile pack more than 7 kg, air (first enemy of steam sterilization) cannot be removing from big textile pack and you have fail result of CI.
All materials that you are use in OR cannot produce textile dust (that produce textile linen). All OR in European countries are certificated in Clean rooms Standard class 9 (ISO 14644). Textile dust in air of clean rooms (Operation rooms) can be cause of non infections (allergic) inflammation of surgical wound.

Technically, if standards of OR in your country is not so strong like in EU and The USA, you can sterilize textile materials for your purposes, however you should know that your sterilizer can sterilize textile materials (EN 285, 134C-5 min, vacuum air removing, vacuum dry, minimum 3 pulses of air evacuation)

Hope it’s help

Petr Demidov, Moscow, Russia

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Posted by Petr Demidov (Russia) (Questions: 0, Answers: 29)
Answered on March 5, 2019 11:02 am
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