Reusable Microsurgical Instruments Care, Maintenance and Reprocessing Guidelines

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Care, Maintenance & Reprocessing Guidelines for Reusable Microsurgical Instruments Symbols Caution consult document for important safety related information Consult instructions for use Manufacturer This product complies with medical device directive (93/42/EEC) Batch code  New Instruments New reusable surgical instruments are delivered non-sterile. It is necessary to clean and sterilise them in accordance with the instructions provided before use. • • • • •  The care of delicate surgical instruments starts on delivery. John Weiss makes every effort to supply you with perfect instruments. Carefully remove them from their boxes and examine them under magnification to be assured they are in perfect condition. If a problem is found, notify John Weiss immediately (see additional information for contact details). Once the instrument has been examined and accepted it should be cleaned before placing it in the sterilising tray.  Warnings • •  •  Protective caps provided with instruments are not suitable for high temperatures and must be removed before sterilisation. Vitreoretinal instruments, diamond knives & other specialist instruments such as the Weiss IOL Cutters require special attention. Please refer to the separate guidelines for these. Please note that silver products such as some cannula and lacrimal probes are subject to tarnishing and discolouration. This will in no way affect the performance of the instrument  JW2015/598  Issue 3  27 Apr 2018
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