It depends on the water temperature and exposure time
Multi-level trays should be separated
Trays with lids should be opened
Instruments should be disassembled and opened
All items should be washed on the same cycle
Excess bubbles from filling reduce the energy of the cavitation process.
Excess bubbles reduce the effectiveness of the detergent.
Excess bubbles decrease the temperature of the tank.
Excess bubbles make it difficult to see items being cleaned.
The mechanical washer manufacturer.
The device manufacturer.
The detergent manufacturer.
The healthcare facility.
Are fever-producing substances.
Are microorganisms that have survived sterilization.
Cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
Are soil particles.
Increases the likelihood of mineral scale deposits.
Decreases the likelihood of mineral scale deposits.
Is recommended to be used during the detergent cycle.
Is used for the final rinse process.
Neutral pH cleaners
Immediately before use.
A neutral detergent.
A disinfectant rinse.
To and fro motion.
Stiff metal brush.
Cannot be immersed.
Can be immersed.
Should be cleaned at the point of use.
Should be cleaned using a mechanical washer.
Negative air flow in relation to the other areas of the department.
Positive air flow in relation to the other areas of the department.
15 air exchanges per hour.
Positive air flow with 15 exchanges per hour.
55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
58 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit.
60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Removed from the container and lid and cleaned separately.
Manually cleaned and attached to the lid for mechanical cleaning.
Left attached to the lid during the cleaning process.
None of the above.
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