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21/07/2022

Transducers Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidelines

For the safety of patients and healthcare providers fighting COVID-19, we provide the transducers cleaning & disinfection guideline. Please refer to the below and check the disinfectant material compatibility of your transducers.

Low-level disinfection

  • 1. Thoroughly clean, rinse and dry the transducer with disinfectant wipes.
  • 2. Please refer to compatible disinfectant materials. 
  • 3. Click here to download transducers disinfectant table.

High-level disinfection 

  • 1. Wear sterile gloves to prevent infection.
  • 2. Clean the transducer before disinfecting it. 
  • - Refer to the instruction provided by disinfection method by the manufacturer. 
  • - Immerse the transducer into the disinfectant solution for the shortest time the manufacturer recommended. 
  • - Following regulations when selecting and using the disinfectant. 
  • 3. Rinse the transducer with plenty of sterile water to remove all chemical residues on it.
  • 4. Wipe off the water on the transducer with sterile cloth or gauze after rinsing it.

Do not dry the transducer by heating.

Download transducers disinfectant guide  

  • Click here to download ultrasound transducers Care and Handling Guidelines
  • Click here to download transducers disinfectant table

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