Disposable medical supplies and production environment testing

Disposable medical supplies: refers to various items that are discarded after being used once, penetrate into human body tissues or contact with the skin and mucous membrane surface and are used for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes. They are divided into sterilized medical supplies and sterilized medical supplies. Simply put, medical supplies that can only be scrapped after one use and cannot be reused are disposable medical supplies.

According to the purpose of use

1. Sterilized medical supplies: tissues that enter the human body are sterile, without heat sources, no abnormal toxicity, qualified for inspection, must be sterile processed before leaving the factory, and can be used directly as disposable medical supplies.

2. Sterilized medical supplies: Disposable medical supplies that are in contact with the skin and mucous membranes and have passed the non-toxicity test and must be sterilized before leaving the factory.

Classification by product name

Can be divided into such as syringes, cotton balls, cotton swabs, gauze blocks, steel plate nails, infusion sets, blood transfusion sets, injection needles, infusion needles, blood bags, blood collection devices, bandages, etc.

Test basis: GB 15980-1995 "Hygienic Standard for Disposable Medical Products"

This standard specifies the hygiene standards before and after sterilization and disinfection of disposable medical supplies. This standard provides quality control for the production process, assembly, packaging workshops and other production processes and production workers' hands in the production enterprises of disposable medical supplies (including sterilized and sterilized disposable medical supplies). It is suitable for enterprises producing disposable medical supplies, as well as disinfection and sterilization service units.


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