Animal safety is the top priority at any veterinary clinic and autoclaves can greatly contribute to achieving this goal. In Celitron’s next article, you will learn why steam sterilization is so important, and how to choose the best model suited for your facility!
Used hypodermic needles represent one of the most hazardous types of medical waste and account for a large portion of the waste generated by the healthcare industry each year. Their safe disposal is a priority at every medical facility that uses them for the treatment of patients. Read on to find out how hospitals, dental and veterinary clinics, and other facilities can safely handle the disposal of used hypodermic needles!
Dental clinics, like any other medical facility, need to tackle the issue of waste management every day. Not to mention hospitals and dentists all need to use tools that are properly treated before the treatment of patients. Sooner or later, each dental practice needs to answer the question: what type of steam sterilizer should I choose for my clinic? In Celitron’s next article, you will learn more about the advantages of front-loading autoclaves!
Having some sort of medical waste sterilization system in place is not only a safety issue. Every medical facility, from small clinics to large hospitals is bound by law and environmental regulations to deal with the waste they generate. In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss the basic procedure of sterilization as well as our own on-site plant: the Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder system!
Steam sterilizers have become increasingly popular over the last years as an alternative solution for treating medical waste and tools on-site. The most advanced models bring many benefits to the day-to-today operations of medical facilities and make it much easier for medical staff to maintain a safe working environment for themselves and their patients. In Celitron’s next article, you will learn more about the advantages of using automatic autoclaves for steam sterilization!
Complying with current waste management regulations plays a large role in the day-to-day activities of medical facilities. But how is regulated medical waste disposed of? How can facilities most easily handle the disposal of potentially infectious materials? In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss the basics of the medical waste management process, as well as what on-site solutions make it easier for staff to greatly reduce the risks of infection!
If you work in the healthcare industry, you’ve probably heard of autoclaves before. The 2 main types of steam sterilizers present on the market are gravity and pre-vacuum autoclaves. In Celitron’s next article, we’ll help you decide which one is better suited for your medical facility!
Blood medical waste disposal also falls under the responsibility of clinics and hospitals. So how do you dispose of medical waste with blood? In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss all the basics you should keep in mind whenever handling items contaminated by body fluids at your facility!
What are new-generation autoclaves exactly? Steam sterilizers have been present in the healthcare industry since the late 19th century, but a lot of time has passed since their inception. Technological progress can be felt in many areas of the medical industry, including the methods used to sterilize medical tools and waste. In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss what benefits our new-generation autoclaves can bring to medical facilities of all sizes!
Medical waste disposal equipment on-site or off-site is indispensable to treat potentially infectious waste generated by the healthcare industry. But how do you decide which solution fits your facility the most? In Celitron’s next article, we shall take a look at our most popular medical waste disposal equipment, including autoclaves for hospitals and clinics, as well as our Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder for the treatment of infectious healthcare waste!
Autoclaves – AKA steam sterilizers – have become one of the most popular methods to treat surgical instruments in hospitals. Especially since the more compact version can be installed directly at the site of operating theaters as well. In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss all the basics you need to know about autoclaves, including why steam sterilization is a must-needed procedure in the healthcare industry.
In Celitron’s next article, we will discuss the basics of the clinical waste management process, as well as what on-site solutions can suit smaller clinics that have less available space and generate less waste compared to large hospitals!