There are important variables in a cleaning process and these variables work in concert to obtain a good cleaning outcome. Cleaning is a process and every part of a process can positively or negatively affect others. Understanding the importance of cleaning chemistries in key to successful cleaning: If it isn't clean, it can't be disinfected or sterilized.
1.0 CE Hours Approved by: CBRN, CBSPD & IAHCSMM
What Will I Learn?
Cleaning chemistries should positively impact other parts of the process, be safe for devices, equipment, the environment, staff and patients, and clean a broad spectrum of soils. There are a variety of different types of cleaning and other associated chemistries, and it is important to understand their advantages and disadvantages to best use them within your decontamination process.
Upon completion of this CE webinar course, the participant should be able to:
- Define the important variables in a cleaning process.
- Describe the essential requirements for a cleaning chemistry.
- Understand the different types of cleaning and other associated chemistries, their advantages and disadvantages.