The color coding on our Single Use Instruments makes it very evident that they are intended for a single patient only, and the instruments themselves are made of high-quality stainless steel. We guarantee sterility for up to three years, regardless of whether the products are individually packaged or integrated into procedure packs. After a single usage, an instrument should be thrown away to prevent the spread of infection and further complications. Infections are a thing of the past, and the risks associated with cross-contamination have been eliminated.
The vast majority of surgical and healthcare subspecialties can be treated with our sterile instruments that are only used once. In careful consultation with our customers, we developed the best possible selection of products, including clamps, needle holders, anatomical and surgical forceps, scissors, and a variety of other supplemental items.
Single Use Instruments are included in the substance recovery cycle
Stainless steel is a material that may be recycled in huge amounts. After being used, Single Use Instruments are placed in containers that are already designated for the disposal of clinical waste. After the combustion process, the metal can be separated from the ash and put back into the cycle of recovered substances.
Avicenna Surgical provides a complete selection of pre-sterile, Single Use Instruments, and procedure packs that are created to the highest possible standards. These instruments and packs cover a wide variety of surgical subspecialties. The Avicenna tools provide a compromise between being cost reasonable and still assuring. The best degree of performance while still being utilized in surgical procedures.
Why are hospitals around the world coming around to the idea that switching to single-use devices might be beneficial?
Simply put, switching to single-use devices and surgical instruments lowers. The danger of patient-to-patient cross-contamination. Which in turn saves both time and money that would otherwise be spent on reprocessing used equipment.
Because of these potential dangers, medical professionals and healthcare institutions could have the impression. Reusable devices give a misleading sense of financial savings. For instance, it is estimated that surgical site infections are responsible for approximately 16% of all healthcare-associated infections in certain regions of the United Kingdom.
Think about the enormous knock-on ramifications in terms of expense, patient safety, and the amount of time it will take for them to recover. The hazards connected with these conditions could almost be eradicated. If medical professionals switched to devices designed for single use that are sterile. However, reusable medical devices come with their own set of inherent risks associated with their upkeep, storage, and repeated utilization. All of which are frequently amplified by the processes of reprocessing and sterilization.
The failure of healthcare professionals to adhere to the reprocessing and handling instructions provided by manufacturers is the cause of a significant number of surgical Single Use Instruments malfunctions. The following are examples of common errors, however, the list is not exhaustive:
- There were not enough sinks available to soak, wash, and rinse the instruments.
- Not having all of the manufacturer’s instructions readily available Employees not following all of the manufacturer’s written instructions. Not having all of the manufacturer’s instructions readily available
- Using ultrasonic cleaners in an incorrect manner
- Failure to do a careful inspection of instruments either before or after reprocessing
- Without making use of any inspection lenses or bulbs
- Putting instruments with hinges together when they are in their closed position
- A failure to store sterile objects in a designated and strictly monitored space