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Surgical Scrub Stations

Definition : Installations designed for thorough cleaning and disinfecting (i.e., scrubbing) of the hands and arms before surgery or other procedures that require a certain level of cleansing by participating personnel in order to reduce or prevent the transmission of infections to patients. These stations typically consist of multiple stainless steel sinks with seamless construction without crevices. They include several faucets; cold and hot water supply; water filters; soap and brush dispensers; and temperature, water pressure, and/or time controls. They may also include ultraviolet lamps. Surgical scrub stations are usually operated using automated infrared sensors, knee controls, and/or timers; they are used by surgeons and other medical staff before approaching a designated sterile area (e.g., the surgical suite).

Entry Terms : "Scrub Stations, Surgical" , "Scrub Machines, Surgical" , "Handwashing Sinks"

UMDC code : 15733

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IPA

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Just Mfg

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MAC Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

MAC Medical, Inc. concentrates in manufacturing the highest quality healthcare equipment available. Utilizing state of the art equipment such as a 3D CAD solid modeling system, a fully automated Punch Press Line and highly skilled craftsman make it possible to produce equipment unparalleled in the marketplace.

STERIS Corp

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STERIS is a global leader in infection prevention, contamination control, surgical and critical care technologies, and more.STERIS is the world's pre-eminent infection prevention, decontamination, and surgical and critical care company, with a long list of first-to-market products and industry-leading service innovations and thousands of customers in more than 60 countries. While the corporation was founded as Innovative Medical Technologies in 1985 and renamed STERIS in 1987, our history dates back to 1894 with the founding of American Sterilizer Company, a long-time, global leading innovator of sterilization products.

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