TASS eye infection cases can to be the result of the methods used for rinsing chemicals from intraocular eye surgical instrument surfaces and the debris resulting from phacoemulsification eye surgical instrument procedures.
The cleaning chemicals used during the cleaning process can be a factor in causing TASS. Eye surgical instrument cleaning detergents, enzymes, and residual metallic ions that are left on the intraocular eye surgical instruments, as a result of inadequate rinsing, have been implicated.
Intraocular eye surgical instrument cleaners should be neutral pH and "free-rinsing" to facilitate rendering residue free intraocular eye surgical instruments. This can be instrumental in preventing the TASS eye infections.
Heat-stable bacterial endotoxins in sterilizer reservoirs may contaminate eye surgical instruments. Denatured viscoelastic materials trapped in intraocular eye surgical instruments and cannulas can also result in TASS. Redundant rinses, using a "free rinsing" eye surgical instrument cleaner, can be instrumental in preventing the TASS eye infections. ONEcleaner '"free rinsing" eye surgical instrument cleaners will effectively remove phacoemulsification eye surgical instrument bebris. ONEcleaner eye surgical instrument cleaners were originally designed with free rinsing ingredients that deliver residue free eye surgical instruments.
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