SPM improves all aspects of the sterile processing function by providing qualified professional technicians the essential tools today’s surgical device fleet requires.
All surgical equipment and trays are uniquely identified and scanned at each step of the processing chain. Customers have the option to barcode individual instruments as well, providing more flexibility in instrument management.
Scanning throughout the process allows the system to document work performed, verify the work, meet the required standards for quality, and push messages, alerts and other actionable information when and where needed.
It also drives the reporting and decision support tools managers depend on.
The system delivers a paperless AAMI-conforming documentation package, keeping your facility audit-ready at all times.
Microsystems also offers a number of interfaces that integrate your existing equipment, making SPM’s automated documentation and safeguards even more robust.
Reports help manage inventory and resources, which for many hospitals translates into significant savings.
Identifies change of custody and begins turnaround time.
Delivers expedited message for same-day turns.
Provides special disassembly and cleaning instructions.
Calculates and notifies of needed preventive maintenance.
Prompts for washer process, challenge test and documents outcomes.
On-screen assembly tools facilitate accurate and complete tray build.
Multiple images of instruments and sets are displayed on screen as a visual aid during assembly.
Instrument equivalencies help manage needed substitutions and alternatives for complete sets.
Training and instructional videos as well as an embedded instrument cross-reference tool aid staff.
A hard-stop alarm alerts staff to inconsistencies or incompatibilities in the load build.
The proper cycle selection is ensured based on the contents of the load and the machine being used.
SPM prompts and guides proper use of test and control BIs.
The sterilizer load record is stored in SPM for reference.
All aspects of recalls and notifications are managed through the system.
Bowie-Dick and Leak Test prompts and documentation are automated.
A full AAMI-conforming documentation package is created and maintained.
Build case carts from the OR schedule case ID.
Know that all items are in proper condition and ready to use.
Case carts are labeled, providing critical information for sets in transit.
Immediate access to the location and condition of the needed instrument set ensures precious OR time is not wasted.
All sets are tied to the patient and procedure.