Instruments represent a significant material asset within the overall investment of a practice. The care and maintenance that these instruments receive is critical to their performance during surgery. Having invested in quality instruments, a practice can expect several years of trouble free use if the operator utilises proper techniques during the use, care, and handling of their surgical instruments.
An understanding of the materials used to manufacture instruments, and its characteristics, coupled with a sound knowledge of correct reprocessing procedures will result in a trouble free, long lasting life for your surgical instruments.
In this lecture, the speakers will detail step by step procedures on how to achieve longevity for your instruments, thus saving your practice money in the long run.
Chloe Zimmerman VN, Territory Manager NWL
Registered equine veterinary nurse.
Experience working in both small animal and equine practice, theatre nursing, intensive critical care nursing and neonatal nursing.Chloe will be assisted by Alex Vrancich, EverostSpecialist NVS and Sarah Walker, EverostAccount Manager NVS
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