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NYU Langone Health's study reveals the UV Smart D60's effectiveness in disinfecting flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopes. This UV technology offers a quicker, more reliable alternative to traditional methods, potentially revolutionizing medical equipment decontamination.
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UV Smart's D60 transforms healthcare disinfection, cuts CO2 emissions, saves time, and enables efficient disinfection of ENT scopes, reducing repair costs and improving availability.
Monique Rijpert (Team Leader outpatient ENT) and Noor Everts (UV Smart) talked this week about the big change that took place last summer at the Elisabeth-Tweesteden Hospital (ETZ) in Tilburg. Namely, the ENT outpatient clinic installed three UV Smart D60s through Pentax Medical in 2022. These are used to disinfect all ductless ENT endoscopes in the department. The first months have gone well and therefore we would like to share some impressive and instructive insights about the new working method within the outpatient clinic.
Discover the finding of NYU Langone study.
Various media (NOS, RTL4, De Telegraaf, BNR, Radio3 and others) paid attention to the first delivery of the UV Smart Emergency Version. This is used in academic and peripheral hospitals, care centres and labs for interim disinfection of personal protection equipment such as mouth masks and other small medical equipment. apparatuur.
Radboud University Hospital in Nijmegen has purchased two ECD units for disinfecting medical equipment and devices using UV-C light. It represents an 'enormous gain in lowering virus loads', according to Professor H. van Goor.