Bioseal is a leading provider of specialty sterilization services and custom packaging. We assist sourcing unique, single-use items and create time saving, procedure-specific kits. Bioseal helps find solutions that other companies won’t! Learn more about making us Your Sterile Processing Partner!

Group Purchasing Organizations

Intalere/Amerinet
Contract # VH-10516

Vizient/Novation
Contract # MS7620

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    Bioseal offers a comprehensive specialty service for disposable medical devices by sourcing, sterilizing and delivering finished product direct to our customers. Learn More

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  • Patient Safety – It takes a Village

    Professionals in Sterile Processing (SP), the Operating Room (OR) and Infection Preventionists (IP) are mostly focused on their particular role in patient care. They infrequently communicate with each other, unless of course there is a question or concern regarding a patient or an instrument set. However, it is extremely important that these professionals work together […]

  • Standards, Guidelines and Recommended Practice Crosswalks

    Writing new or updating established policies and procedures or preparing for the next accreditation’s survey are both daunting tasks. With all the published standards, guidelines and recommended practices around reprocessing Sterile Processing (SP) managers may be baffled on which ones to follow. However, there are many ways to help interpret how these published documents relate […]

  • AORN’s Current Guideline for Sterilization

    The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) published their updated “Guideline for sterilization” last September. The guideline covers recommendations for sterilization reusable medical devices by steam, dry heat, as well as, low temperature methods including ethylene oxide, hydrogen peroxide gas plasma or vapor, ozone combined with hydrogen peroxide and peracetic acid. In addition to addressing […]

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