State-of-the-art instrument reprocessing during CSSD refurbishment – the Mobile CSSD from Miele Professional
By Australian Hospital + Healthcare Bulletin Staff
Monday, 24 April, 2017
Miele Professional launched at the end of last year the complete CSSD portfolio into the Australian market. In addition to the large-chamber washer-disinfectors, Miele offers now large steam sterilisers, trolley washers and a mobile CSSD. The 4th dimension, a new feature of the Miele sterilisers, was first presented during the WFHSS in Brisbane 2016 and will be introduced into the Australian market during the second half of the year.
The mobile CSSD solution is Miele’s response to the challenging situation Australian hospitals are confronted with. The vast majority of hospitals needs to upgrade or refurbish their departments responsible for the sterilisation of crucial medical equipment over the next five years, in order to meet the strict Australian standards such as separated working zones and improved tracking documentation.
Until now, Australia’s hospitals faced seemingly unsurmountable challenges to ensure the quality of sterilisation services are uninterrupted when a new CSSD was built or an existing one refurbished.
Miele’s Mobile CSSD solution can be set up on site in just a few days, as a rental or for purchase, to give a fully functioning and validated CSSD. Existing staff can continue working without the exposure to a construction site and the reprocessing quality remains under the hospital’s control. The Mobile CSSD is fully equipped with Miele’s PG8528 washer disinfectors, a PS5662 steriliser, sinks and packing tables.
Click here to hear more about the Miele’s complete CSSD portfolio and about Australia’s First Mobile CSSD.
If you missed out on a guided tour through the Mobile CSSD, click here to see the full set up and interior of the mobile CSSD.
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