Bioquell’s HPV bio-decontamination technology is able to generate cost-savings by decontaminating the outside of unopened consumable supplies (eg syringes), thereby negating the requirement to discard them after the discharge of an infected patient.
Medical supplies can be left in situ, whilst the bio-decontamination process is taking place in the compromized room / area.
Many hospitals have a policy of decontaminating unopened medical supplies which have been stored in the room of a patient on precautions for ‘high-risk’ pathogens (eg Acinetobacter, type 027 C.difficile).
Although most hospitals attempt to store the majority of supplies outside patient rooms, this is not possible in areas such as Intensive Care Units, where rapid access to the supplies is necessary.
By laying the supplies on a wire trolley and exposing them to a decontamination cycle, Bioquell’s hydrogen peroxide vapor bio-decontamination technology is able to rapidly and effectively decontaminate the outside of the packaging, thereby negating the need to dispose of the consumables and potentially generating significant cost savings.
Will moisture breach the integrity of the packaging?
The Bioquell process relies on micro-condensation (<5 microns) and there is therefore no ‘wetness’.
Emergency outbreak response
If you want to control a ‘superbug’ outbreak or need to bio-clean rooms after a contamination accident, call us today.
Our emergency response teams will professionally bio-decontaminate your areas, returning them to working capacity.