[Histonet] FDA approved recyclers
Rene J Buesa
rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Thu Feb 22 11:49:30 CST 2007
I also used a B/R recycler for more than 10 years, we were inspected frequently in our hospital and we were never told of a FDA requirement.
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"Mrosla, Tina M" <tmmrosla <@t> healtheast.org> wrote:
We were just informed that some hospitals don't recycle xylene, alcohol, or formalin because solvent recyclers are not approved by the FDA for use in hospitals. Is this true?
We have a B/R Procycler 9700 that we have been using for 5 years. Does anyone know anything about this recycler and FDA approval?
Tina Mrosla, HTL (ASCP)
St. Joseph's Hospital
Healtheast Care System
tmmrosla <@t> healtheast.org
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