EXPOMEDICAL 2019

ASISTHOS accompanies the health industry in the new edition of EXPOMEDICAL 2019, the 17th. International Fair of Products, Equipment and Services for Health, which will take place from September 25th to 27th, from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Costa Salguero Center, in Buenos Aires.

In the context of the event, we will give a lecture on "How to optimize the sterilization processes for surgical instruments?" On Friday, September 27 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, in the Auditorium K.

Registration is open and free.To participate, it is only necessary to register for the activity and to pre-register to access ExpoMEDICAL.

Certificates of Assistance will be delivered.

Subjects:

• No material used daily in different healthcare institutions challenges both the technical limits of the processes, equipment and packaging material and the boxes containing instruments for surgery.

• For this purpose it is essential to combine criteria related to processing and initial and final inspection on the different aspects of the sterile material: integrity of the conditioning material, indicators / chemical integrators, signs and presence of humidity, and subsequent conservation of sterile post-processing material .

• During this activity the most important aspects for the implementation of improvements will be addressed.

Speaker: Farm. Gustavo Luis Enriquez.

More information: info@asisthos.com.ar

Register for the event. https://www.expomedical.com.ar/programa/

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