As a relatively new equipment that can meet terminal sterilization, the vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizer has been recognized by people in the past two years. The operation process of the vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizer is complicated and the operation is strictly implemented. Among these preventive measures, terminal sterilization is a necessary sterilization measure, and how to implement it clearly and effectively is also a question that every medical worker wants to know. Next, let’s take a look at how to use a vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizer for terminal sterilization?
- Use by units that meet the requirements of sterilization technical specifications: those that meet the requirements of sterilization technical specifications are the basic requirements of hydrogen peroxide sterilizers and are qualified lines. So why worry about unit usage? It’s because, as we do when driving, the lower the fuel consumption, the better. In this way, customers can save usage costs. More importantly, at present, there is no unified standard requirement for the concept of dry fog and atomization in China, which is an important indicator to measure the performance of hydrogen peroxide sterilizer. Only equipment that atomizes hydrogen peroxide well can reduce the unit dosage.
- Whether there is a record of sterilized products for the liquid used: We honestly say that if the hydrogen peroxide sterilizer sprays water, then it is the function of the humidifier, so how can hydrogen peroxide sterilization ignore hydrogen peroxide? The concentration of hydrogen peroxide used, whether it is documented, whether it complies with regulations, these are all we need to look at.
- Is there a feasible sterilization plan: The environmental complexity of medical units is unmatched by other industries. An ambulance plan, a CT room plan, a pediatric plan, and a laboratory plan will all be different. As an enterprise that has been focusing on hydrogen peroxide sterilization for many years, Runlian has a complete terminal sterilization program in almost all medical departments and laboratories, which can ensure the effect of terminal sterilization.
As an important sterilization method for terminal sterilization, vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizer has been adopted by more and more medical and health departments. However, in the face of the numerous vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizers that have emerged on the market overnight, it is really a mess of flowers that has gradually become charming. I believe that few people can explain so many devices.
The obvious problem with vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizers is hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide, at any concentration, is a liquid. This is the essence of any hydrogen peroxide sterilizer that atomizes hydrogen peroxide liquid. Hydrogen peroxide sterilizers differ in the way they diffuse the liquid.
Common vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilizers on the market include: aerosol type hydrogen peroxide sterilizer, atomizer type hydrogen peroxide sterilizer, VHP steam type hydrogen peroxide sterilizer and non-contact dry sterilizer. Mist hydrogen peroxide sterilizer. The working principle and sterilization effect of different types of hydrogen peroxide sterilizers are also different.