Ventilator disinfection method:
The mask, tubing, and the part directly connected to the respiratory system of the SABS patient are the most directly and severely contaminated parts. They need to be replaced or immersed and disinfected to ensure foolproofness. Consumables such as pipes and masks, if they are inexpensive, can be disposed of as disposable medical waste.
The airway system inside the ventilator is the part that sucks the polluted air in the room. It can be sterilized by ethylene oxide fumigation or by using a gas that can kill the SAILS virus and let it pass the airway system.
Circuits, cabinets, and control parts are also polluted by indoor air. This part can be fumigated, sprayed, and scrubbed with antiseptic and waterproof disinfectants. Because the ventilator models of different manufacturers are different, after disinfection, the circuit indicators should comply with the national CB97061 management and decision making to provide timely and accurate data information. Standard, which is the safety standard for medical electronic equipment.