January 19, 2023

Other requirements for processing electrosurgical instruments

By: Susan Klacik, BS, FCS, ACE, CHL, CIS, CRCST, AAMIF
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The use of electrosurgical instrumentation is common in minimally invasive surgery (MIS). However, while these instruments are common, processing them is complex and time-consuming. Insulated electrosurgical instrumentation can cause patient harm, including an electrical burn, if there is a breach in the insulation.

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