Used Medical Equipment Franklin Park

Used Medical Equipment Franklin Park

 

Used Medical Equipment Franklin Park – Terrain Biomedical – 773-697-8400

Pneumatic tourniquet cuffs are inflatable cuffs that apply pressure upon arterial blood circulation in a limb. As a result, it creates a bloodless surgery field. A tourniquet system basically consists of a hose assembly, pressure regulating control unit and the cuffs. The cuffs inflate to a set pressure, compressing blood vessels for surgery.

Cleaning and Decontamination

Reconditioned tourniquet cuffs are cleaned with a multiple-step procedure. In addition, it involves pre-treating apparent soil with a cleaning agent, customized for all soil varieties.

Inspection and Performance Testing:

Each tourniquet cuff undergoes inspection through several steps of a production process to reject non-conformer products. Subsequently, personnel inspect for contaminants, debris and for general product integrity.

Additionally, inspect for cuffs to confirm tubing doesn’t kink because it could possibly restrict proper air flow. Each device receives inflation testing with a fixture which can accurately detect even very small leaks.

Quality Control

To support product integrity, perform daily quality control audits and monitoring. In addition, completed product performance features including cleansing the end points.

Pulse oximeter sensors serve to monitor heart rate and arterial oxygen saturation. They’re often utilized in hospitals and specialty departments in surgical centers.

Used Medical Equipment Franklin Park – Terrain Biomedical – 773-697-8400

Cleaning and Decontamination

Inspect reconditioned pulse oximeter sensors for signs of damage like outer blemishes or exposed wires. Without a doubt, any medical device that does not fulfil Terrain’s rigorous standards is not accepted. Wipe down plugs and cords with powerful cleansers and disinfectants. Remove the tape on the sensors as well as patient contact surfaces.

Inspection and Performance Testing

Using a simulator, each pulse oximeter sensor receives testing for signal output, electrical continuity and reception of transmit signals. When applicable, oximeters with alarm recording capabilities are electronically adjusted to protect data during the next clinical usage. Furthermore, staff inspects each pulse oximeter through multiple steps of the process for debris, contaminants, staining and general product integrity.

Quality Control

Conduct regular quality control auditing to support integrity of process. Provide reports to management for operational control and line performance. Also, perform random testing of end points to finish product performance attributions.

Terrain Biomedical stocks a variety of tourniquet cuffs, pulse oximeters and Used Medical Equipment Franklin Park. Contact us today to place an order for purchase or rent. In addition, we provide training, consultation and other services. Terrain Biomedical serves a variety of medical facilities throughout Chicagoland and the nation.

Reach Terrain Biomedical for more information at 773-697-8400.