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Last Chance to Register!

  Endoscope Processing Webinar There’s still time to learn how best practices for Endoscope Processing can contribute to safer patient outcomes. Case Medical is pleased to offer you continuing education credits while expanding your knowledge and skills. Join us on February 15, 2018 for our first quarterly webinar of the year- Endoscope Processing presented by Nancy Chobin, RN, CSPM, Co-chair… Read more »

A Better Package for Loaners

A Better Package for Loaners Greetings, A torn wrapped tray can be detrimental to the OR schedule and to patients. Recently, a customer informed us that a U.S. veteran was scheduled to have surgery. The patient commuted with his family several hours to the large metropolitan hospital where surgery was scheduled, taking time off work… Read more »

Cleaning, Disinfecting, and the Flu

Cleaning, Disinfecting, and the Flu Greetings, “It’s a robust flu season,” said Marcus Plescia, chief medical officer of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. Most states are still seeing moderate to high flu activity and reports of flu-like illnesses, despite earlier hopes the epidemic had peaked. The flu is always dangerous, causing an estimated 9 million… Read more »

Endoscope Processing Seminar

Endoscope Processing Webinar Greetings, Learn how best practices for Endoscope Processing can contribute to safer patient outcomes. Case Medical is pleased to offer you continuing education credits while expanding your knowledge and skills. Join us on February 15, 2018 for our first quarterly webinar of the year -Endoscope Processing presented by Nancy Chobin, RN, CSPM, Co-chair of the AAMI Endoscope… Read more »

Monitoring, the Second Critical Step

Monitoring, The Critical Second Step Greetings, Cleaning is the Critical First Step. Monitoring is the Second ANSI/AAMI ST79 and other guidance documents provide the rationale for routine monitoring. What used to be a weekly task has become a daily requirement. Recognizing the importance of monitoring the cleaning process, Case Medical’s recently patented Case Soil Wash Indicator is designed to check… Read more »

Happy New Year from Case Medical

Case Medical Wishes You A Happy and Healthy 2018 Greetings, While we plan for the coming year, we would like to review some of our accomplishments over the last 12 months. Most of you know Case Medical for our products for instrument processing, especially our SteriTite, universal, sealed container. You may be less familiar about some of our other products and… Read more »

Case Medical’s Gift to You

Education and Innovation, Case Medical‘s Gift to You Greetings, In the spirit of giving, we at Case Medical support education and personal development. We are excited to announce that we will be restarting our educational seminars in 2018. We will kick off the New Year with an updated, informative program on Endoscope Reprocessing. Join us on February 15, 2018 for our… Read more »

Replace or Recondition?

Replace or Recondition? Greetings, During a recent visit to a new surgery center customer, we were shown instruments that were in various stages of corrosion due to the use of an inferior cleaner, in combination with poor water quality. It looked as if they were going to have to replace most of their instrumentation. We offered a sample… Read more »

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving Greetings, This year, we at Case Medical are thankful for the opportunity to contribute to the healthcare community. Through our valued and supportive customers, we are able to provide safer, more effective and sustainable products for instrument processing which lead to safer patient outcomes. Regarding storage, Case Medical has addressed the issue of dry vs. wet loads in… Read more »

Endoscopy’s Dirty Little Secret

Endoscopy’s Dirty Little Secret Greetings, Last week, AAMI published a listing of the Top 10 Technology Threats of 2018 . As one might expect cybersecurity took the top spot, but hazard number two was endoscope reprocessing. Confronted with this news, one might logically assume that reprocessing departments are redoubling their efforts to follow established procedures and reduce this… Read more »