Quality, price and usage rates.
Finish, type of metal and history of usage.
Quality, pricing history and usage rate.
Loss rate, usage rate, manufacturer's discount.
Increase the sterilization efficiency
Reduce the environmental impact potential
Increase the exposure time and humidity
Reduce the flammability and explosive potential
110 threads per square inch
140 threads per square inch
165 threads per square inch
180 threads per square inch
Throw water on the fire.
Remove the burning object.
Immediately leave the area.
Activate the alarm
Charged to the unit prior to delivery.
Grouped according to thier use at each unit.
Transported, with minimum handling, to the requesting unit.
Delivered directly from the facility warehouse to the requesting unit.
Air flow from a clean area to other less clean areas.
The ventilation system is dedicated to that storage area only.
There is a separating ventilation barrier for that storage area only.
Close shelving is used in that storage area, preventing the need for positive air flow.
A device that has been investigated and cleared by facility's Risk Management Department for reuse
A device that has been biologically monitored and quarantined according to the manufacturer's reccommendations.
A device that is manufactured with the intent of multiple patient use.
A single use device that will not come in contact with a patient.
Medically related pre-employment physicals.
Reasonable accommodations within a specific work place.
Priority for hiring in specific work areas.
Position and job tasks to accommodate the disabled.
Contains no mineral or additives.
Adds a protective coating.
Kills the remaining bioburden.
Colorless at room temperature and cannot be smelled until the concentration reaches 700 ppm.
Heavier than air and therefore difficult to ventilate.
Often mixed with hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCS).
Sterilization to Sterile Storage.
Instrument Assembly to Decontamination.
Sterile Storage to Instrument Assembly.
Decontamination to Sterilization.
All healthcare workers should take precautions to prevent needle-sticks by recapping needles prior to thier disposal.
Only pregnant healthcare workers should adhere to all precautions that minimize risk of HIV transmission.
Healthcare workers with exudative lesions or weeping dermatitis do not have to wear gloves when giving direct patient care.
All healthcare workers should routinely wear gloves for handling items or surfaces soiled with blood products or body fluids.
Reduce the bioburden and make items safe to handle.
Reduce the bioburden and repair damaged instruments.
Remove broken equipment from service, and help in inventory control.
Repair damaged instruments, and help in inventory control.
Cleaning and reassembly
Cleaning and disinfection
Cleaning, disinfection, and reassembly
Cleaning, disinfection, inspection, and reassembly
Prevent the basin from sticking together
Serve as a drape when the basin is opened
Aid in steam penetration
Protect the basin
The humidity in the area can be better monitored
The work can be carried out more quickly
Pilferage can be more easily controlled
Lint and dust can be more easily contained and controlled
Have solid bottom shelves.
Be made of plastic.
Have small wheels.
Be cleaned monthly.