While hospital Trusts want to save money on chemistries, this must be balanced with ensuring efficacy and patient safety at all times. With cheap chemistries entering the market, is it time for a national register to ensure clarity around performance? Moreover, how could new technologies help optimise decontamination chemistries and provide a tool for improvement? Matthew Peskett, from Ruhof, speaks to CSJabout recent trends and controversies.
Hygiene in Medical Technology – Perfect Instrument ReprocessingNo other sector is as sensitive to hygiene matters as the medical sector. And this is the field in which Dr. Weigert is most committed to setting global standards for top hygiene.In conjunction with partners from the industry, automated...
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