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Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
Lee S #71977 03/07/17 4:51 PM
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Lee, Where I have seen the problem is mainly on the curly cord on the hand set where the outer sheath of the cable is splitting

Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
Lee S #71984 04/07/17 10:35 AM
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everybody is talking about wipes but they will not clean all the nooks and crannies on equipment as I said before the anti static foam cleaner and a soft small brush all the dirt rolls of and it is not harm full to plastic also seems to help stop build up of new grime

Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
John Harte #71986 04/07/17 11:28 AM
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... not to mention Cotton Buds! smile

Plus a whole arsenal of relatively non-aggressive cleansing agents ... most of which should be available from your local hardware store (shop) - if you're lucky enough to still have one in town!


If you don't inspect ... don't expect.
Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
Lee S #72076 20/07/17 11:17 PM
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Thought this might interest some...........................

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ClinelLE Univeral wipes kill time .pdf (83.99 KB, 123 downloads)
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Thoughts and information provided on this forum are mine and mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the policy of NSW Health. They may also be complete bollocks!!
Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
DaveC in Oz #72078 22/07/17 5:45 PM
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Yes; interesting. smile

If only the residue from computer viruses were so easily dealt with! whistle


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Re: Cleaning Medical Equipment
RonS #72300 26/09/17 2:24 PM
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Thanks, RonS, that's a very useful document. We've seen surface crazing developing on some equipment cases here, so need to look again at our cleaning policy.

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