MIC Decontamination Systems
Scenario: Patient A checks into your facility. The respective medcart, transfer cart, or proximity cart rolls into Patient A’s room loaded with all required supplies and your facility begins to provide top-tier care to said Patient A. All sounds great, right? What happens when after a few hours, or a few days, or even a few weeks later when Patient A checks out of their respective room and Patient B is ready to check in?
- Do you reuse all unused supplies such as bandages, vials, IV bags, and other unopened material and therefore risk passing on secondary infections from Patient A to Patient B?
- Do you eliminate that infection risk by throwing away all unused and unopened material and therefore incur that waste expense with each and every patient time and time again?
What if there was a solution that could decontaminate that unused inventory making it as good as new (in fact better than new) guaranteeing the sterility assurance level of said inventory? A system that literally pays for itself many times over by protecting your patients, your providers, and your bottom line by eliminating contaminants and waste!
That system exists! It is very simple, extremely easy to use, extraordinarily cost effective providing almost immediate economic payback and best of all - provides an unheard of level of validated sterility assurance.
CTG Decontamination System Level I: (good)
- Using already existing and proprietary technology from Containment Technologies Group, Inc. - hand transport all unused material from patient’s room to your newly established decontamination room.
- Place material inside of decontamination unit and run cycle. The system automatically decontaminates all materials using Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. Kills virtually all microorganisms and provides a validated sterility assurance level of .0001% - that, believe it or not, is only 1 contaminant out of a million samples!
- Hand transport the decontaminated supplies back to your inventory closet for re-usage.
MIC Hand Held
CTG Decontamination System Level II: (best)
- Using already existing and proprietary technology from Containment Technologies Group, Inc. - Use CTG’s exclusive docking technology in order to transport all unused material back to the patient environment within a personal hand held docker.
- Once the material has been decontaminated, transfer the material into a personal hand held docker and then transport the material within the docker back to the patient environment.
- What does this do for you? It allows you to guarantee the sterility assurance level of the product all the way to bedside!
CTG Decontamination System Level III: (Unbelievable!!!)
- Using already existing and proprietary technology from Containment Technologies Group, Inc. - Use pharmaceutical grade Decontamination Transfer Carts to store, transfer, and administer patient bedside drugs and supplies.
- This solution becomes a very unique and custom designed application per client specifications. Decontamination Transfer Carts may be built to specifications in regards to size, shelving and cabinetry demands.
- Process works as follows:
- Fully stocked Decontamination Transfer Cart resides in patient’s room during usage. Inventory is removed from cart as needed. Cart itself has a gas tight internal chamber/storage/shelving unit.
- Once Patient A checks out and new Patient B checks in, the old transfer cart is literally rolled out of the room, restocked to full inventory, and rolled into the Decontamination Room and docked into one of CTG’s proprietary Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Injection Units.
- The entire inside of the Decontamination Transfer Cart and all of its contents is decontaminated to a guaranteed sterility assurance level of .0001%.
- While this decontamination process is taking place a completed, and already decontaminated transfer cart is rolled into Patient B’s room fully stocked and fully decontaminated.
- Risk of secondary contamination is virtually eliminated and monetary loss from waste is completely erased!
Is this truly economical? Absolutely, positively, yes! Perform a simple payback analysis and see for yourself. Not only are you saving money but you are, most importantly, improving the safety of your patients and providers in a dramatic fashion.