As of October 14th the number of coronavirus cases has reached 38 404 206, with over a million recorded deaths worldwide. This new pandemic has put extra strain on the healthcare facilities of many countries as they have to deal with an increased amount of patients, and thus, an increased amount of medical, COVID related waste as well. Disposal has always been an issue, but capacity will be that much more important for many hospitals and clinics.
Autoclaves are among the most effective sterilization methods nowadays, and are used in a wide variety of industries, notably the medical field. Celitron’s models, for example, are already present in more than 40 different countries over the world. Despite such popularity, there are still many facilities out there who are not completely up-to-date about the exact definition and meaning of autoclaves.
Autoclaves are among the most prominent methods of medical tool and equipment sterilization, and can be seen in facilities all over the world, including hospitals, dental and veterinary clinics, pharmacies, operating theaters, and even dialysis centers. Celitron can fully attest to their popularity, as we have already sold our autoclave machines in more than forty countries!
Autoclaves are true marvels of modern technology that continue to help the work of the medical industry each day. Celitron’s work can also confirm this: our steam sterilizers are already present in over 40 countries and have been recommended by sterile processing technicians and doctors alike. But what do hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, and other medical facilities need to know about before choosing an autoclave?
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