Sterilization is just one part of the broader manufacturing process of bringing innovative medical devices to patients and providers. But it is a critical part – and one that manufacturers cannot afford to overlook. In our latest blog post, we examine how working with a turnkey manufacturing partner can ensure sterilization efforts fit into a more strategic plan for bringing a new product to market
EO sterilization comes with its own challenges and opportunities, particularly as COVID-19 has created significant lead-times and sterilization delays.
: Each year, about 1 in 25 U.S. hospital patients is diagnosed with at least one infection related to hospital care alone, according to the CDC. These risks underscore why the importance of effective medical device sterilization go beyond regulatory compliance.
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Pus. Blood. Dirt. Foreign particles. All these and more may be left behind on a medical device after medical procedures are complete. Definitely not what a healthcare professional wants to reuse, and most certainly not what a patient wants used on them!
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Medical devices must be sterilized and prepared before use. There are several best practice and integrity recommendations to consider when your devices require sterilization, including cleaning and packaging.