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

MedAssets
Contract # MS-02081

Vizient/Novation
Contract # MS2530

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  • Sterilization Services

    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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  • Verification of Instrument Cleaning Processes

    The old saying “If it is not clean it can’t be sterilized”, is extremely true.  Sterile Processing departments (SPD) routinely use physical, chemical and biological monitors to verify sterilization conditions are met. Nevertheless, these monitors do not monitor if the items were properly clean prior to being placed in a sterilizer. The U.S. Food and […]

  • Solving Wet Pack or Wet Load Issues

      One of the most frustrating and time-consuming issues in sterilization is troubleshooting wet packs or wet loads.  A sterilized package is considered a wet pack if moisture (dampness, droplets, or puddles of water) is left in or on a package after the proper cooling period.1  Moisture on or inside a package is an issue […]

  • Standards, Guidelines or Recommendations: Do We Really Need to Follow Them?

    There are many published standards guidelines and recommendations related to reprocessing reusable medical devices. As evidence becomes available, these publications are often updated to reflect most current best practices. So, does that mean we must follow them? Let’s start by discussing what the Association for the Advancement of medical instrumentation (AAMI), the Association of periOperative […]

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