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WFHSS 2017

18th World Congress for Sterilization

Bonn, Germany 04 oktober - 07 oktober, 2017

The annual WFHSS congress will welcome more than 1,500 attendees from 40 nations all over the world. The scientific program focuses on the latest developments in sterilization sciences supporting the important role of medical device reprocessing in health care.

Getinge is proud to be one of the sponsors of WFHSS contributing each day to maximize patient safety in the hospital with our products.

Eventdetaljer

Datum: 04 oktober - 07 oktober, 2017
Stad: Bonn, Germany
Venue: World Conference Center Bonn
Booth: E 16

Kontaktinformation

Getinge EMEA
events@getinge.com
www.wfhssbonn2017.com

Getinge clinical symposium

We are proud to support the scientific content of the WHFSS 2017
by sponsoring a clinical lunch symposium on Friday, October 6th.

Our experts will give an insight into the latest technologies and strategies for reprocessing of surgical instruments. Learn how you can optimize the sterile workflow to maximize patient safety.

New technologies and lean strategies for reprocessing of surgical instruments

Date: Friday, October 6
Time: 12:30 to 14:00
Location: Room Bangkok 1-2

Sterilization of endoscopes and why we choose low-temperature reprocessing method
Albert Csapo, Vancouver, Canada

Improving the cleaning of surgical instruments – the importance of pre-treatment and performance qualification testing
Andrew Smith, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Assessment and application of lean strategies for material and data flow connected to the CSSD workflow
Camilla Lagerfors and Klas Rudbäck, Solna, Sweden

Download the symposium invitation