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reprocessing

Preparation of a dialysis membrane (or other medical device) for reuse with rinses and sterilizing solutions.
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Hospitals that already reprocess may also have the opportunity to increase device savings by expanding the program to new areas or increasing program participation in areas that already reprocess.
Mitsubishi's goal for Reprocess is for it to eventually become an industry standard.
Let's face it, a lot of the employees in the hospital will never see the direct financial impact, but they're very passionate about making sure that they can reprocess as many devices as they can because of the impact on the environment and on landfills," he adds.
The shortest estimate would include: 1 month to ready the reprocessing plant and prepare fuel for reprocessing, 3 months to reprocess and 1-2 months to convert the material into metal and shape a weapon.
Such information would serve as a caution to users and reprocessors who might attempt to reprocess these devices.
The only reprocessor dedicated to serving the Midwest states of Michigan, Indiana and Ohio exclusively, MRC will pick up SUDs, reprocess them, and return them to healthcare facilities that wish to have a positive impact on the environment and their bottom line.
The first one is to keep pursuing efforts to put the fast-breeder reactor into practical use, the second idea is to abandon the development of the fast-breeder reactor as well as the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel and the last is a compromise between two that would involve continuing to develop the reactor and reprocess fuel and decide by 2030 whether to pursue the technology beyond that point.
ReNu Medical continues to work diligently to reprocess non-sterile medical devices according to best practices, and to exceed customer expectations for quality medical devices.
Complexity of procedures needed to reprocess devices.
The company has confirmed that it has a contract to reprocess 1,000 tonnes of German nuclear waste from 1994 to 2004.
As recycling consciousness begins to penetrate a larger segment of the general population, an increasing number of consumer-product manufacturers are taking steps to reprocess some of their plastic packaging.
Ascent's recent FDA clearance to reprocess these catheters will allow hospitals to purchase the reprocessed catheters at nearly half the cost of the originally manufactured device, providing hospitals with much needed supply cost savings and the added environmental benefits that are inherent to Ascent's hospital sustainability program.