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Tracheal Tube Introducers/Guides

Sterilization Guidelines for Tracheal Tube Introducers and Guides:

Instructions for Cleaning, Disinfection and Storage:

Prior to disinfection, thoroughly wash the introducer/guide in an aqueous solution of neutral soap, removing all visible soling. Abrasion should be avoided. Rinse with clean water and dry.

Immerse the product in a liquid disinfectant prior to use according to the disinfectant manufacturer's recommendations. Prolonged immersion is not recommended. e.g. 12 hours.

Remove product from disinfectant and rinse with fresh or sterile water as required.

STERILIZATION BY EXPOSURE TO ETHYLENE OXIDE GAS, IONIZING RADIATION AND AUTOCLAVING IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

Between uses; the introducer/guide should be stored in its original container between 10C and 25 C at 70% relative humidity maximum. Protect from light, heat and radioactive sources.

CLEANING INSTRUCTION FOR TRACHEAL TUBE INTRODUCER/GUIDES
STERILIZATION METHODS RECOMMENDED NOT RECOMMENDED
Disinfectant Solutions

Milton Fluid

Dottol

Providine Iodine (aqueous)

Providine Iodine (alcoholic)

Activated Glutaraldehyde

Hibitano

4% Acetic Acid

Gavlon

30% Hydrogen Peroxide

15% Peracotic Acid

70/30 Methano/Water

90/10 Isopropyl Alcohol/Water

Sterilization Steris System 1-recommended only if guide is placed in Central Processing Tray (Q1200) and Fixation Rack (Q1300) prior to commencement at sterilization.

Autoclaving

Ethylene Oxide Gas

Ionizing Radiation

 
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