When resources are limited, saving valuable staff time is vital.
Instrapac single use instruments can contribute to reducing time lost in the following ways:
Almost all Robinson Healthcare products are produced at a large UK manufacturing facility in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Single use instruments, which are classed as medical devices, are AQL inspected and hygienically packaged in a large Class 7 cleanroom, then sterilised in by Ethylene Oxide gas or Steam to meet rigorous quality standards.
Products comply with the relevant British Standards for surgical instruments and the quality control team ensure that products meet specification before being released for packing. All metal products are manufactured using medical grade stainless steel. The Instrapac range is packaged in high quality, easy to peel packs which feature indicators to verify that the contents are sterile. All procedure packs are presented wrapped in a sterile field for convenience.
Robinson Healthcare fully understands that a consistent and reliable supply of quality products is critical to the smooth and efficient running of healthcare services at the point of delivery. Consequently, massive stocks of finished goods and raw materials are held to maintain a reliable, uninterrupted supply to customers.
After use, instruments should be placed in a sharps container, following the guidance in HTM07.01. Orange lidded containers offer a much wider range of options for the recycler, rendering the instrument safe by alternative methods other than incineration. This method enables recycling and reduces landfill.