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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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The top competitors in the global medical devices reprocessing market are Vanguard AG, SureTek Medical, Stryker Sustainability, SterilMed, Inc.
Beth Winkley, head of WRAP Cymru, said: "Our funding and support programmes are designed to give the Welsh economy a much-needed boost by driving growth in the manufacturing, recycling and reprocessing industries.
IEER found that nuclear reprocessing would actually increase our volume of nuclear waste six fold.
The reprocessing will tie-in the information from the existing wells on the Foum Draa and Sidi Moussa license including RAK 1 and Ifni Marine 1.
Once they understand the science behind reprocessing, they're much more engaged, and the utilization of these products increases.
Now, several years--and a few surveys--later, the European Commission released a report in August on the reprocessing of medical devices in the European Union in accordance with Article 12a, with the specific goal of addressing "concerns about patient safety .
The reprocessing agreement is necessary for setting up a facility under IAEA safeguards to reprocess nuclear fuel procured under international agreements.
During this multiple reprocessing, the strain to failure showed a very slight tendency to decrease.
During routine reprocessing, Alliance technicians and quality control inspectors examine and test every device at multiple points during reprocessing to ensure that each will perform as intended.
SELLAFIELD nuclear power station is switching from reprocessing to waste-handling.
New from Munchy is the K40 Aqua Munchy Reprocessing system.
It offers convenient steam and flash sterilization for faster reprocessing and the assurance of absolute sterility.