Central Service Support

Serim Support Material


PINNACLE Monitor for Automated Enzymatic Cleaning Process (AEC) Instructions for Use

PINNACLE AEC Testing Log

Suggested Procedure for Monitoring the Cleaning Function of Automated Washer-Disinfectors or Ultrasonic Cleaners

PINNACLE Monitor for Manual Enzymatic Cleaning Process (MEC) Instructions for Use

PINNACLE MEC Testing Log

Training

PINNACLE Test Training & Competency Test

Automated Enzymatic Cleaning Process - Instructions for Use Presentation

Automated Enzymatic Cleaning Process - Diagnosing a Fail Result / Troubleshooting

Manual Enzymatic Cleaning Process - In-Service



References

AAMI TIR30: 2011 - A compendium of processes, materials, test methods, and acceptance criteria for cleaning reusable medical devices

AAMI St 79 - Comprehensive guide to steam sterilization and sterility assurance in health care facilities

AAMI / FDA 2011 Reprocessing Summit - A Clean Start: Priority Issues from the AAMI/FDA Medical Device Reprocessing Summit, October 11th – 12th 2011

CDC Guideline - Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 - This guideline discusses use of products by healthcare personnel in healthcare settings such as hospitals, ambulatory care and home care

ASTM E2314 Standard - This test method describes a procedure for testing the efficacy of a cleaning process for reusable medical instruments artificially contaminated with mixtures of microorganisms and simulated soil and is written principally for large medical instruments or instruments with internal channels or recesses (for example, flexible endoscopes) but may be used for any reusable medical instruments

Dr. Michelle Alfa Workshop - How Clean is “Clean Enough” when Reprocessing Surgical Instruments? A powerpoint presentation presented by Dr. Michelle Alfa, Medical Director, Clinical Microbiology, Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Important Considerations: Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization in Ambulatory Setting