News | Ultrasound Transesophageal echo (TEE) | April 21, 2016

CS Medical Releases New TEE Ultrasound Probe Drying Cloth

Irradiated cloth features super adsorbent matrix and ultra-smooth surface for enhanced drying following disinfection and rinse

April 21, 2016 — CS Medical announced the release of their newest product designed to aid in the circle of care for transesophageal echo (TEE) probes. The QwikDry TEE Ultrasound Probe Drying Cloth is designed to effectively dry TEE ultrasound probes at the conclusion of high-level disinfection and rinse. Probes should be thoroughly dried prior to reuse or storage, as recommend by the probe manufacturer. 

QwikDry is an individually packaged, irradiated cloth with a super adsorbent matrix and ultra-smooth texture surface to effectively remove moisture and slide freely over the TEE ultrasound probe shaft. The cloth was developed to address the current issues associated with other drying methods employed by healthcare facilities.  

CS Medical’s 2016 catalog addresses new focal areas for TEE probe care like electrical leakage testing, bedside cleaning, ultrasound probe drying and ultrasound probe storage. The company’s core product is the TD 100 Automated TEE Probe Disinfector.

For more information: www.csmedicalllc.com

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