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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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today reprocess any neurological devices, or those that potentially pose a risk of CJD transmission.
Ascent is the only company with clearance to reprocess the 10th generation Octopus Evolution Tissue Stabilizer and all the Guidant models.
AMDR member-companies reprocess medical devices for 15 of the 16 "Honor Roll" hospitals identified by U.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has increased the number of times that Ascent can reprocess the AcuNav[TM] Ultrasound Catheter from two to up to four times.
The site contains detailed descriptions of the company's mission and operations, environmental stewardship, press releases, trade show participation and listings of SUDs the Food and Drug Administration has cleared the company to reprocess.
AMDR member companies reprocess for America's best hospitals, as listed by U.
But even if the government can overcome opposition and continue its policy to reprocess spent fuel, the plan still faces various obstacles as a result of past accidents at nuclear facilities.
Ascent has clearance to reprocess the intermediate and large rods and clamps that are part of the TransFx system.
Food and Drug Administration survey reported that 45 percent of hospitals with more than 250 beds reprocess medical devices, with 84 percent of those hospitals using third-party reprocessing companies.
4 trillion to 5 trillion yen needed to reprocess it.
and Vanguard Medical Concepts) announced today that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared Ascent's 510(k) to reprocess the TORQR([R]) CS Series EP catheters manufactured by Medtronic(1).
Japan came under intense international pressure not to reprocess spent nuclear fuel because it was feared that its doing so would lead to the production of plutonium, a radioactive element used in nuclear weapons.