CS Medical Partners With Nephros Inc. to Address Bacteria in Rinse Water


CS Medical announces a partnership with Nephros Inc. The Nephros FDA 510k cleared DSU-H ultrafilter provides ultrapure water as an aid in infection prevention and control. CS Medical will offer the Nephros DSU-H ultrafilter as an option to the TD 100 Automated TEE Probe Disinfector to deliver ultrapure rinse water.
CS Medical’s president, Mark Leath says, “Waterborne bacteria are an ever-growing challenge in healthcare facilities. The effects of these contaminates continue to cause an increasing rise in healthcare costs. Rinse water quality can affect a properly high-level disinfected medical device by introducing bacteria, viruses and endotoxins. CS Medical’s partnership with Nephros will provide a solution that provides ultrapure bacteriologically-filtered water during the rinse cycles of the TD 100 and help aid in the prevention of healthcare association infections. We are pleased to work with Nephros as CS Medical is committed to providing quality and reliable solutions for TEE ultrasound probe disinfection.”

For years, CS Medical has provided the TD 100® Automated TEE Probe Disinfector to healthcare facilities throughout the United States. Today, the TD 100 has completed more than 2 million successful disinfections and continues to provide validated and repeatable high-level disinfection for TEE probes.  

Source: CS Medical LLC

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