Necessary Action Items: Preparing your Medivators Reprocessor Post COVID-19

April 2020

Necessary Action Items: Preparing your Medivators Reprocessor Post COVID-19

GI Professional,

For more than a month, facilities across the Country have been forced to delay needed endoscopic procedures. Federal, State, and Local Governments are creating plans to reopen the Country and some localities have already begun to allow elective outpatient procedures to resume.

We at MedService Repair (www.MedServiceRepair.com) pride ourselves on living up to our Company motto: Good Health for your Patients. Good Health for your Practice.

The following lists provide steps you can take now to ensure your Medivators Endoscope Reprocessors are ready to function when your facility begins to resume procedures. If your Endoscope Reprocessor is not ready, your ability to perform procedures may be disrupted and you may need to further delay procedures. We have included guides for all Medivators Endoscope Reprocessor Models.

If you have any questions about the steps below or if you have an immediate need for Service, Loaners, Filters, or other support for your Endoscope Reprocessor, visit us at www.MedServiceRepair.com, call us at (800) 315-9118, or email us at orders@MedServiceRepair.com.

Machine by Machine Steps

Tabletop Reprocessors: MV–1 / MV–2; CER–1 / CER–2; CER Optima

  1. Replace 1.0 micron and 0.2 micron water pre-filters
  2. Fill housings half way with fresh HLD
  3. Turn on water supply
  4. Run Waterline Disinfection process
  5. Perform HLD dump by following the Disinfectant Dump procedure
  6. Allow HLD to warm up to proper temperature
  7. Ensure Alcohol Bottle is full
  8. Replace Air Inlet Filter (CER Optima Only)
  9. Perform daily quality assurance procedure
  10. Place a CLM-110-HU0142 in every basin port
  11. Run a test cycle by selecting the proper HLD cycle for the HLD in use
  12. If any errors occur during test cycles: address / correct errors and re-run the test cycle
  13. If test cycle passes without errors, your machine is ready for patient use

If errors cannot be corrected place a service call with MedService Repair

DSD-201:

  1. Replace 1.0 micron and 0.45 micron water pre-filters
  2. Replace 0.2 micron internal filter by following the filter replacement procedure
  3. Turn on water supply
  4. Replace Side A and Side B Air Filters
  5. Replace HLD by following Disinfectant Dump procedure on Side A and Side B
  6. Replace HLD Filter on Side A and Side B
  7. Run Waterline Disinfection process
  8. Ensure Alcohol Bottle is full
  9. Wait for HLD to heat up to proper temperature
  10. Place DSD Basin Restrictor in Side A and Side B
  11. Remove any Leak Test Hookup from the basin
  12. Run test cycle by pressing the start button for each side
  13. If any errors occur during test cycles: address / correct errors and re-run the test cycle
  14. If test cycle passes without errors, your machine is ready for patient use

If errors cannot be corrected place a service call with MedService Repair

DSD-Edge:

  1. Replace 1.0 micron and 0.45 micron water pre-filters
  2. Replace 0.2 micron internal filter by following the filter replacement procedure
  3. Turn on water supply
  4. Replace Side A and Side B Air Filters
  5. Replace Part A and Part B HLD bottles
  6. Dispose of any unused portion remaining in bottles per Local and State Regulations
  7. Run Waterline Disinfection process
  8. Ensure Alcohol Bottle is full
  9. Place DSD Basin Restrictor in Side A and Side B
  10. Remove any Leak Test Hookup from the basin
  11. Run a test cycle by pressing the start button for each side
  12. If any errors occur during test cycles: address / correct errors and re-run the test cycle
  13. If test cycle passes without errors, your machine is ready for patient use

If errors cannot be corrected place a service call with MedService Repair

Advantage Plus:

  1. Replace 1.0 micron, 0.4 micron, and 0.1 micron water pre-filters
  2. Turn on water supply
  3. Replace Part A and Part B HLD bottles
  4. Dispose of any unused portion remaining in bottles per Local and State Regulations
  5. Ensure Alcohol and Detergent (if used) bottles are full
  6. Scan in Part A, Part B, Alcohol, and Detergent bottle replacements via Replace Fluids utility
  7. Place machine disinfection block in Left and Right Basins and run Waterline Disinfection process
  8. Place Test Block in Left and Right basins and run a test cycle by performing the following steps
  9. Press Menu Button; Scan Operator Barcode; Select Programs; Select Endoscope Disinfection
    • If using Cleaning Claim Select 1-24-101 C or 1-24-101 D
    • If NOT using Cleaning Claim, Select 1-25-101 C or 1-25-101 D
  10. If any errors occur during test cycles: address / correct errors and re-run the test cycle
  11. If test cycle passes without errors, your machine is ready for patient use

If errors cannot be corrected place a service call with MedService Repair

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