Problem Solvers for Medical Facilities: Surgical and Labs


Offering services such as liposuction, histology, transplants and radiology, the surgical and lab departments in hospitals have to deal with blood, cellulose, tissue, and many other messy bodily fluids. Handling, transporting, and disposing of these fluids creates a multitude of problems.
By West Gary | Posted: Nov 16, 2012 | Views: 2407

Offering services such as liposuction, histology, transplants and radiology, the surgical and lab departments in hospitals have to deal with blood, cellulose, tissue, and many other messy bodily fluids. Handling, transporting, and disposing of these fluids creates a multitude of problems.

Problem — Stryker Neptune collection machines are used during surgeries to extract bodily fluids and then they are emptied into drains. These drains become clogged with fat, tissue, and blood, which  creates an unsanitary environment and produces harsh odors. Similarly, lab drains become clogged with reagents, casting materials, and biological wastes.

Solution — Drain maintenance products must be used on a routine basis to remove the substances that create clogs. Drain Ox is unique from conventional drain maintenance products because the active oxygen component of the product chemically devours the molecular binders in fat, tissue, and blood, preventing these substances from producing odors and from clogging up drain lines. Similarly, 8-Alive or Passage can also be used in the units. The enzyme producing bacteria in 8-Alive and Passage degrade and devour organic compounds, preventing odors and clogs. Regardless of which product you choose, Drain Ox, 8-Alive, and Passage can each be administered using the Momar Maintain-It-All Pump programmed to deliver 30 – 60 ounces per night. It is a hands free program that does all of the work and provides peace of mind.

Problem — Surfaces in labs and surgical areas are some of the most likely areas for diseases to spread. Anti-biotic resistant superbugs are more prevalent in hospitals than any other facility. The CDC recommends an aggressive, multi-targeted approach that involves hand washing, hand sanitizing, surface cleaning, and surface disinfection.

Solution — Powerful disinfectant cleaners must be used on all surfaces to kill disease-causing germs. Hand soaps and sanitizers must be used regularly to prevent crosscontamination.

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Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Foam

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Non-Foaming Disinfectant, Cleaner, and Deodorizer

 

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Han-I-Foam

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Han-I-Size Gel

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