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To remove the virus code that has attached itself to a legitimate file. Sometimes, the antivirus program cannot untangle the code, and the infected file has to be deleted. See quarantine.
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Miele Professional will showcase a range of reprocessing products, at this year's Arab Health exhibition in Dubai, including washer-disinfectors, large steam sterilisers and chamber washer disinfectors.
Clean for the Rapid Disinfector, formerly known as RD.
Carier's new disinfector includes a patented planetary cleaning system which is fully automatic and incorporates the Tioxispring[R] cleaning technology.
Known as RD or Rapid Disinfector, the machine sends ultraviolet C light dosages in its immediate vicinity, killing viruses, bacteria and spores, making rooms safer for patients.
CS Medical has announced FDA 510(k) clearance of the TD-100 automated TEE probe disinfector. The TD 100 is an automated disinfector reduces the manual manipulation, complexity and time required to properly disinfect transesophageal (TEE) ultrasound probes.
CS Medical introduces die TD-100 automated TEE probe disinfector. The TD-100 is an automated disinfector designed to reduce the manual manipulation, complexity and length of time required to properly disinfect trans-esophageal (TEE) ultrasound probes.
ARJO also focuses on infection control with the Tornado (flusher disinfector), disinfectants and Flites (disposable slings).
STERIS Corporation introduces the Reliance Vision Single-Chamber Washer/ Disinfector to its line of automated washing systems for sterile processing departments (SPD).
Arjo introduces the Tornado, a revolutionary Flusher Disinfector for cleaning and disinfecting bed pans, urinals and other contaminated receptacles.