What requirements must medical non-woven fabrics meet

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What requirements must medical non-woven fabrics meet

Update:17 Oct
Summary: The quality of medical nonwoven fab...
The quality of medical nonwoven fabric must meet the standards set by the state, which is a mandatory requirement. However, due to the phenomenon that enterprises still use inferior raw materials to save costs in the non-woven fabric industry, the quality inspection and Supervision is an essential measure to ensure the quality of medical non-woven fabrics. So what requirements must medical non-woven fabrics meet? Microbial barrier, water resistance, compatibility with human tissue, breathability, saline resistance, surface absorbency, toxicology experiments, maximum equivalent pore size, drape, stretch The strength, wet tensile strength and bursting resistance are all in line with the relevant national regulations, and should be used for one-time use.

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That is, the temperature in the inspection, packaging and sterilization areas is 20°C-23°C, the relative humidity is 30%-60%, and the mechanical ventilation is 10 times per hour. Textile and other packaging materials. It is necessary to refer to the size of the instrument cart in the operating room. If the instrument cart table is to be packaged and laid with non-woven equipment, the size of the non-woven fabric must be greater than 30cm around the table surface of the sagable instrument cart. Such as chest openers, electric drills, etc., choose mesh baskets to regularize them, and then use non-woven fabrics for packaging.

A round container such as a cotton ball cylinder is placed in the middle of the non-woven fabric, and the left and right sides of the wrapping edge are folded back, then rolled forward, and the wrapping edge is folded inward for 3cm-5cm, and then sealed. Tape can be appropriately used to fix the non-woven fabric during inner packaging to prevent loosening. It is necessary to wear a protective cover for sharp instruments to prevent such instruments from piercing the non-woven fabric, resulting in instrument contamination and unnecessary waste of consumables.

Surgical basins, treatment bowls, etc. should be packaged separately as much as possible. If they need to be overlapped, absorbent paper should be placed between the items to separate them to reduce the wet pack rate. For the medical and health industry and fields, the state has stipulated a series of standards and requirements to ensure the quality of medical and health materials. Once medical non-woven fabrics that do not meet the requirements appear in the market, they should be treated according to their medical and health requirements. Non-woven fabrics are strictly destroyed.