Nanosonics and Philips Ultrasound joint webinar

Now available On Demand!

You can now watch the webinar at your leisure

Nanosonics and Philips Ultrasound were excited to jointly present this highly informative and educational webcast. Experts in the field of infection prevention, Robert DeJong and Prof Craig Meyers, shared their knowledge on the importance of infection control in ultrasound, and provided practical guidance in reducing HPV transmission risk from ultrasound procedures.

WEBINAR DETAILS

  • Describe the diverse applications of sonography and associated risk of infection.
  • Determine the proper procedures for ultrasound probe disinfection.
  • Establish procedures that will ensure patient safety and meet accreditation requirements.
  • Understand the risks and dangers of HPV infection.
  • Describe the evidence for the risk of HPV transmission from ultrasound probes.
  • Understand the efficacy of hospital disinfectants against HPV.
  • Describe the regulatory criteria to claim efficacy against HPV.

Robert DeJong

RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FSDMS, FAIUM, Sonography Education
 

The importance of infection
control in ultrasound
 
 

Speaker's Bio

Prof Craig Meyers

Distinguished Professor of
Microbiology and Immunology at Penn State College of Medicine

Breaking ground in HPV disinfection: reducing HPV transmission risk from ultrasound procedures

Speaker's Bio

Nanosonics is pleased to offer a complimentary clinical consultation service to assess all the departments in your facility that use ultrasound imaging. During the clinical consultation, we will gather information to help you better understand your current ultrasound probe handling, cleaning, disinfection, transport, and storage methods. After analysis, we will work with you to identify processes that can help you optimize workflow and throughput.

Based on your volume and type of examinations and variety of ultrasound probes in use, we will assess and identify:

  • Optimal workflow across departments
  • How you can minimize ultrasound probe damage or contamination potential
  • Your probe transport and storage options

Enter your details here to arrange a free clinical consultation.

If you have any questions about how trophon EPR can help you prevent ultrasound probe cross-infection, please visit www.trophon.com or call 1-844-TROPHON and ask for your local Nanosonics trophon representative.