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Transportation Identifi cation Tag assists in supplying information to the OR/Proce- dure Room. Furthermore it has a checklist for the surgical/procedure room/sterile processing team to ensure adequate deliv- ery of the case cart or container in question.”

Save space “CS/SPD personnel are constrained by tight spaces and are always seeking more efficient, space- and movement-saving storage devices,” said Tom Derrick, Senior Vice President for OpenMarkets, a market-

place for buyers and sellers of healthcare equipment. MarketLab provides a simple space sav-

ing Accessory Arm that clamps onto any bench tops or workstations. The vertical nature of this allows for convenient instru- ment storage that’s great for open-concept fl oor plans. Miami-based Quantum Medical is a manufacturer of a wide range of storage solutions, including sterile wrap carts avail- able in multiple designs. The chrome carts include hang bars that keep sterile wraps

Quantum Medical's chrome sterile wrap cart

separated and accessible for special preps. These bars are easy to adjust and feature neoprene gaskets to hold wraps in position.

Proper Sterile Surgical Instrument Storage & Transport is in Hand with the Stainless Steel Pegasus CSPS System

Scope safety The challenge of safely and effectively processing scopes is well known in the healthcare industry. While healthcare organizations, CS/SPD professionals and clinicians want to avoid patient harm from contaminated scopes, scope processing is no easy task. “Bacterial growth within the internal

Stainless Container Packs/ Beds means no corrosion

At-a-glance instrument identification with Color Coded Ergo Handles

Raised Bed Walls prevent containers/ trays from falling on the floor

There are so many benefits to the Pegasus Container/Sterile Pack Storage System, it’s tough to keep count:

• You can maintain sterility, even during transport from the Sterile Processing Dept

• Our stainless steel construction outperforms plastic or powder coating and doesn’t release contaminants into the environment

• No more bending with our ergonomic telescoping shelves that allow for easy access to the heaviest containers

• And Pegasus’ high density, flexible storage allows for greater capacity without stacking, protecting containers from damage and wrapped instruments from tears

For more information, contact us today at Pegasus. 1-888-276-4750 |

channels of an endoscope is a challenge most CS/SPD departments face on a daily basis,” said Jen Bonzheim, Business Devel- opment Manager, Specialty Applications for Stanley Black & Decker’s Storage Solutions group. “Drying the endoscopes after every reprocessing cycle, both between patient procedures and before storage, is a requisite practice crucial to the prevention of bacte- rial transmission and nosocomial infections as cleaning and HLD (Kovaleva et al., 2013; Muscarella, 2006).” InnerSpace’s Modular Endoscope Drying System (MEDS) provides forced HEPA-fi l- tered air directly into the internal channels of an endoscope to assist in bacterial growth prevention. InnerSpace offers a completely retrofi ttable unit that will turn an existing or new InnerSpace cabinet into a dry- ing system. The MEDS system is completely retrofi t- table, provides an automated drying cycle, and hands free operation while providing constant airflow through all of the internal channels of an en- doscope. The HEPA filer provides a 99.97% retention rate of particles that have a size > 0.3 µm. The MEDS unit is compatible with Olympus, Fugi, and Pentax scopes. HPN


Modular Endoscope Drying System (MEDS)

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