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!

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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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  • Sterilization Terminology Confusion: IUSS, Terminal and now “Short Cycle”?

    On August 29, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) sent a memo to the State Survey Agency Directors regarding the change in terminology from “flash” sterilization to the updated term “Immediate Use Steam Sterilization” (IUSS) in Surgical Settings (hospitals, critical access hospitals and  ambulatory surgical Centers). This memo basically states that CMS […]

  • Sterilization and Disinfection Practices in Ambulatory Settings

    As a consultant, speaker and expert witness, I am constantly surprised when I hear comments like “We are an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) or a free standing dental clinic so these guidelines or standards do not apply to us,” or “Those are only recommendations, so we don’t have to follow them.” Let’s clarify.  No matter […]

  • 2015 Updated AORN Guidelines

    Starting in January, the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) changed the title of their publication, Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices (RP) to Guidelines for Perioperative Practice. The reason for the designation change is to align with the Institute of Medicine’s definition of a trustworthy guideline in addition to the acceptance into the National Guideline […]

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