Tuesday, 24 January 2023 09:00

Cleaning Boosters that Actually Work

This article in Reader’s Digest “8 Secret Ingredients You Should Be Adding to Your Laundry” is an inspiration. Right from the first statement “Don't toss in a laundry pod and think you're done." When you take a moment to unpack the premise that any detergent will do, it makes a lot of sense not just for laundry at home, but for reprocessing contaminated devices in SPD, too. Life in the SPD is complicated, but your cleaning regimen doesn’t have to be, nor does your detergent need to be.

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Monday, 16 January 2023 14:38

Misinformation... It’s Many Forms

As the title for this week’s blog says, “Misinformation comes to us in many forms” and it’s not just through social media, though social media is the superhighway or Autobahn of misinformation with no speed limits. Take for example our blog from last week discussing “flushable” wipes. When the product label says...

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We all use wipes at home and at work, and many of us assume that they are flushable. In fact, many brands simply state “Flushable” on the label. Disposable wipes are made for baby care, hand washing, feminine and other personal cleansing, and for makeup removal. In healthcare facilities, wipes are used to apply caustic chemicals for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and even medical devices. Please do not use them on our SteriTite containers.

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What weighs more? A pound of feathers or a pound of bricks? Answer: Neither they both weigh a pound. Okay, here’s another, what weighs more a gallon of water or a gallon of butane? Read on for the answer...

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Thursday, 22 December 2022 10:00

2022 The Year That Was and 2023 The Year Ahead

2022 was full of milestones for us here at Case Medical. Let’s start with our 30th anniversary, the company has come a long way from our beginnings as an ortho tray maker. And do you know we have you to thank, all of our great customers, without you we would never have achieved so much. THANK YOU for supporting us...

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Today, Case Medical received a gift from the Chemical Footprint Project (CFP) just in time for the New Year. We have participated in CFP's surveys before, but this past year we went beyond even our expectations with a score of 93.67 out of a possible 103 points. We were one of only seven companies to exceed the 80 point threshold.

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T’was the night before surgery... And all through the SPD every set was in blue wrap as far as the eye could see. The peel packs were sorted for surgery with care… In hopes that the surgeon soon would be there.

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The Year Was 1924: The American car market was reaching its saturation point, when everyone who wanted and could afford a car had one. To deal with the problem of slowing sales of new cars an executive at General Motors came up with annual model-year design changes. The idea was to convince car owners to buy new cars every year, ...

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Thursday, 08 December 2022 14:10

Reward and Recognition... Together at Last

1992 Trivia, History and Fun Facts: The Top Song was I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston, Johnny Carson was host of the “Tonight Show”, Elle Macpherson was THE fashion icon, and Case Medical is started by Marcia Frieze and her husband Allan. Looking Back; a lot has changed in 30 years, the music we listen to, trends and style in fashion, even the long running “Tonight Show” has had 2 new hosts since 1992. But you know what hasn’t changed in all that time? Case Medical’s commitment to putting patients and people first with products that perform better, last longer and are more ecologically sustainable than the rest. Back in 1992, before recycling was even a thing, and global warming were two words never paired together, Case Medical was making its products from 100%...

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A Global Health Emergency - Last week marked the beginning of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week. It was also a week when we learned that the virus which causes COVID-19 has continued to evolve into new subvariants. In fact, two of them have been detected in all 48 continental U.S. states. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that Omicron subvariants BQ.1 and BQ.1.1 account for nearly half of the COVID-19...

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