Bio Decontamination At Hospital
All hospital equipment is either single-use or reusable. Single-use equipment should not be reused and should be discarded appropriately after use. All reusable equipment must be decontaminated between use and between patients. Infection can be spread via inadequately decontaminated items.
- Equipment will need cleaning and/or disinfection or sterilisation. The choice of decontamination method will depend on the risk of infection associated with the equipment.
- Regardless of use, any equipment must, as a minimum, be cleaned between patients.
- Cleaning is an essential pre- requisite of any disinfection or sterilisation process. BSL4.
UTOPIA’s Fumigation Unit is highly preferred Sterilizers for the Contaminated equipments in the Hospitals. The Fumigation unit consists of a gas supply unit through which HCHO gas and NH4HCO3 gas (Powerful disinfectants) passed to sterilize the equipments with the help of heater and blower.
Bio-decontamination is an essential practice of infection prevention and control in healthcare facilities. It is often used in the hospital environment to ensure human safety. Therefore we can keep hospital areas safe by bio-decontaminating hospital equipment and other premises. Failure to adequately decontaminate hospital equipment will increase the risk of transmission of infection between patients. So, the aim of strictly implementing bio-decontamination at hospitals is to ensure people's safety.