Sponsor Webinar – Introduction to the new 3M™ Attest™ Tri-Metric CI for monitoring VH2O2 sterilisation processes. Results from a clinical study

Join us for an online webinar with Dr Brian Kirk, Director of Brian Kirk Sterilization Consultancy Group Ltd.

Vaporised Hydrogen Peroxide (VH2O2) has become one of the most prevalent low temperature sterilisation processes implemented in healthcare facilities today. This webinar will provide a technical interpretation of the most recent evidence available to help improve the quality assurance of VH2O2 sterilisation processes and understand the importance of effective monitoring to maintain the patient safety.

An overview of detecting VH2O2 sterilisation failures will be discussed as well as differentiating the use and impact of chemical indicators in improving the efficiency of sterilisation quality assurance processes. This webinar will also highlight the various cycles which may be used for sterilising single use and re-usable medical devices and an explanation of the key indications for sterilisation process, specification, validation and routine monitoring.

Objectives/Agenda:

  • The Vaporised Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilisation process and what should be monitored
  • Methods for Routine Monitoring – assuring the sterilisation process is effective
  • The outcome from a clinical case study in which chemical indicators were used for detecting failures in vaporised hydrogen peroxide sterilisation processes.
  • The conclusions from the clinical case study and how monitoring practices can be improved.

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Registration for this webinar is FREE and being handled directly by 3M.

This webinar will be hosted directly by 3M using GoTo Webinar.

Login details for the webinar will be emailed to attendees upon completion of the online registration form.

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Event Details
  • Start Date
    February 25, 2021 7:00 pm
  • End Date
    February 25, 2021 8:00 pm