Tuesday 16 May 2017


  • Cleaning is the removal of foreign material from objects and is normally accomplished using water with detergents or enzymatic products. 
  • Thorough cleaning is required before high-level disinfection and sterilization because inorganic and organic materials that remain on the surfaces of instruments interfere with the effectiveness of these processes

1.Disassemble (if there is a needle guide)

2.Remove the probe cover

3.Clean probe immediately by using a soft brush with nonabrasive detergent
Use a damp gauze pad or other soft cloth and a small amount of mild nonabrasive liquid soap (household dishwashing liquid is ideal) to thoroughly cleanse the transducer. 

4.Rinse with tap water

Use running water to remove any residual gel or debris from the probe.

5.Dry with cloth/towel or air dry
Rinse the transducer thoroughly with running water, and then dry the transducer with a soft cloth or paper towel

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