EPIQ5 – Ultrasound System Transducer Disinfectants and Cleaning Solutions

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Part number : EPIQ5

Functions : This is a kind of semiconductor, Ultrasound System Transducer Disinfectants and Cleaning Solutions.

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Manufacturer : Philips

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EPIQ 5 Ultrasound System Transducer Disinfectants and Cleaning Solutions 4535 617 39651 Rev A  November 2013 © 2013 Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved. Published in USA. Free Datasheet http:/// Disinfectants and Cleaning Solutions Compatibility Table 1 Disinfectants and Cleaning Solutions Compatibility Table The following table lists the disinfectants and cleaning solutions compatible with the transducers available for your Philips ultrasound system. CAUTION The use of 70% isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and alcohol-based products on all transducers is restricted. On non-TEE transducers, the only parts that may be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol are the connector housing and the transducer housing and lens. On TEE transducers, the only part that may be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol are the connector housing and the handle. Ensure that the solution is only 70% alcohol or less. Do not wipe any other part of a transducer with isopropyl alcohol (including cables and strain reliefs), as it can damage those parts of the transducer. This damage is not covered by the warranty or your service contract. Based on material compatibility testing, product use profile, and active ingredients, Philips has approved for use the following types of low-level disinfectants used as a spray or wipe for surface (skin contact) and transvaginal or transrectal probes, according to the compatibility restrictions in the table: • Sodium hypochlorite based (for example 10% household bleach solution with active sodium hypochlorite at approximately 0.6%) • Quaternary ammonium (QUAT) based (for example, products that contain n-alkyl (x)benzyl ammonium chloride solution where (x) can be any organic functional group such as ethyl and methyl, and so on; concentration at use should be less than 0.5% total for all QUATs listed) • Accelerated hydrogen peroxide based • Activated hydrogen peroxide based • Alcohol or alcohol plus QUAT based (product alcohol c [ … ]

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