The removal of emulsified lipids and proteins from intraocular eye surgical instruments is one of the most difficult cleaning challenges.
Surgical procedures that involve suction produce emulsified forms of bioburden, this includes intraocular eye surgical procedures that use phacoemulsification.
Cleaning eye surgical instruments offer some of the most difficult cleaning challenges due to the emulsification of lipids and proteins. Due to the increased awareness of the TASS eye disease and it's probable causes, the all-in-ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument detergent enzyme cleaners were formulated as free rinsing detergent-enzyme-lubricant cleaners to provide a tool for cleaning and rinsing eye surgical instruments that are residue free.
During the product field trials it was discovered that the all-in-ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaners performed better than any other product for cleaning surgical instruments prior to sterilization, removing even the most challenging emulsified bioburden, stains, and mineral encrustations.
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The all-in-ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaner was originally formulated for the purpose of cleaning eye surgical instruments and is formulated as a highly effective, free-rinsing cleaner for removing all forms of bioburden, minerals deposits, and stains, the purpose being to render surgical instruments that are residue free. Four enzyme eye surgical instrument cleaners are necessary to break down all forms of bioburden. Eye surgical instrument cleaners that do not deliver Lipase, Amylase, Carbohydrase, and Protease Enzymes cannot effectively remove all forms of eye surgical instrument bioburden. The all-in-ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaner has been formulated with four enzymes to provide a residue-free surface. The free rinsing all-in-ONE is also the easy-FOAM-it soaking eye surgical instrument cleaner. The easy-FOAM-it dispenser creates a thick layer of foam on the surface of the eye surgical instrument. When water is added the free rinsing foam dissipates.
A number of TASS eye disease cases have been associated with deficiencies in the methods used for rinsing when cleaning eye surgical instruments.
Cleaning chemicals used during the cleaning process can be a factor in causing the TASS eye disease if the cleaning substance is not effectively rinsed off of the instruments and then enters the eye during surgery. Residual metallic ions that are left on the eye surgical instruments as a result of inadequate cleaning and rinsing have been implicated in causing the TASS eye disease.
Eye surgical instrument cleaners should be neutral pH and free-rinsing, to facilitate effective rinsing, that will facilitate rendering residue free eye surgical instruments. This can be instrumental in preventing the TASS eye disease.
Pursuant to avoiding the TASS eye disease, surgical procedure protocols should focus on the rinsing methods for cleaning eye surgical instruments that involve multiple rinses, using the proper rinsing fluids. The all-in-ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaner ingredients are free rinsing to facilitate the proper rinsing of surgical debris and cleaning chemicals from the surfaces of intraocular eye surgical instruments.
Avoiding TASS eye disease causes, rinsing is critical, when cleaning intraocular eye surgical instruments. The ONEcleaner free rinsing eye instrument cleaners are designed to render residue free outcomes.