Steam sterilisation technology exposes your products with saturated steam under pressure. Steam enhances the ability of heat to kill microorganisms by reducing the time and temperature required to denature or coagulate proteins in the microorganisms. Steam sterilisation cycles generally have three phases including conditioning, exposure and exhaust. Steam sterilisation is a simple but very effective method of decontamination.
Concentrated Impact Test is a type of transit testing that is performed to make sure a package can withstand the rigors and environment of the distribution cycle. It is one of the most widespread impact testing methods for measuring the protective capacity of packaging.
Environmental monitoring is a crucial process that helps to assess the impact of human activities on the environment and take steps to minimize any negative effects. Failure to conduct environmental monitoring can result in a lack of understanding of the environmental impact of an organization’s activities, leading to potential harm to the natural environment and human health.
At Medistri, whether you are a start-up or a large established company, you can track your products through the EO sterilisation process and have a clear overview of when your products are ready to leave our facilities. Medistri can ship your sterile products directly to your customers or to your distribution centre.
Mechanical handling refers to the use of machines and equipment to move, store, control, and protect materials, goods, and products throughout the process of manufacturing, distribution, consumption, and disposal. Mechanical handling tests are used to evaluate the ability of shipping units to withstand the stresses of manual and mechanical handling during the distribution process.
Residual testing is a method of analysing the chemical residues that may remain on a medical device after it has been exposed to a sterilisation process. Residues can affect the biocompatibility, functionality and safety of the medical device, and potentially harm the patient or user. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the residues are within acceptable limits according to the relevant standards and regulations.
For many years, healthcare quality has been enhanced by medical devices. These devices are made with strict safety and risk evaluation processes to ensure they work as intended and safeguard patients’ health. To maintain high quality control standards, manufacturers have to check their medical devices regularly. One of the methods to assess the safety of a device is to look for any harmful microorganisms that might infect the device. This is done by using microbiological tests.
Sterilization is a critical process in the healthcare industry which is used to ensure that medical devices and products are free from harmful microorganisms. One of the methods used to achieve this is irradiation, which involves exposing products to ionizing radiation to destroy or inactivate microorganisms. To ensure that the sterilization process is effective, it is important to accurately determine the dose of radiation required.
Plastics testing is a process that involves evaluating the compatibility, stability and integrity of plastic materials used for packaging or manufacturing medical devices that undergo sterilisation. Plastics testing can also include the analysis and screening of phthalates, which are a category of chemical compounds that are used as a form of additive in plastics.