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1 HP Healthcare Edition for Print devices are equipped with at least one set of sterilizable, sanitizable drapes (made of VMQ silicone). In addition to the cleaning and disinfection guidance previously detailed, these drapes can be removed, immersed in soap and water or a recommended disinfectant solution (please refer to recommended Healthcare Edition for Print cleaning formulas in the user guide). For further sterilization purposes, these drapes can be exposed to Hydrogen Peroxide Vapour (HPV). The drapes are sterilizable in an autoclave or thermo disinfector at temperatures up to 134 ºC (270 ºF). HP recommends that the drapes be replaced after 200 sterilization cycles in an autoclave. Please contact your HP representative for replacement drapes when necessary. Approved and tested cleaning and disinfectant formulas for VMQ silicon-based drapes covering surfaces for HP Healthcare Edition for Print include: Chlorine based, up to 100,000 ppm (10%) bleach content; Formaldehyde based, up to 370,000 ppm (37%) formaldehyde content; Oxidizing, such as Hydrogen Peroxide, up to 30,000 (3%) ppm content; Quaternary Ammonium, up to 20,000 ppm (2%) content. Customers may experience some visible changes to cosmetic finishes over time as a result of these cleaning techniques.
2 HP Healthcare Edition multi-function printers have been tested to simulate up to 10,000 wipes with germicidal towelettes on Control Panel and Keyboard over a 3-year period. Repeated use of these germicidal wipes may cause some cosmetic changes to the product. Testing completed as of September 2019. Germicidal towelette chemical composition is subject to change. Tested germicidal towelettes include: Sani‐Cloth® Plus Germicidal Disposable Cloth (EPA Reg. No. 9480-6); Sani‐Cloth® AF3 Germicidal Disposable Wipe (EPA Reg. No. 9480-9); Super Sani-Cloth® Germicidal Disposable Wipes (EPA Reg. No. 9480-4) and CaviWipes® (EPA Reg. No. 46781-8); Clorox Healthcare® Bleach Germicidal Wipes (EPA Reg. No. 67619-12).
3 Putri WCWS, Muscatello DJ, Stockwell MS, Newall AT. Economic burden of seasonal influenza in the United States. Vaccine. 2018;36(27):3960-3966.
4 N. Ide et al., “What’s on Your Keyboard? A Systematic Review of the Contamination of Peripheral Computer Devices in Healthcare Settings,” BMJ Open, 2019 Mar 8;9(3):e026437. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ pubmed/30852549
5 Contamination of healthcare workers’ mobile phones by epidemic viruses. https://www.clinicalmicrobiologyandinfection.com/article/S1198-743X(15)01034-4/fulltext
6 Investigation into the cleaning methods of smartphones and wearables from infectious contamination in a patient care environment (I-SWIPE). https://www.ajicjournal.org/article/S0196-6553(19)30845-4/pdf
7 Leas BF, Sullivan N, Han JH, Pegues DA, Kaczmarek JL, Umscheid CA. Environmental Cleaning for the Prevention of Healthcare-Associated Infections. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US). August 2015 Report No.: 15-EHC020-EF. AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Technical Briefs
8 HP Healthcare Edition MFPs are general-purpose printing and multi-function printing devices and are not intended for use in diagnosis, disease or other medical conditions.
9 Ferguson C. et al., “The Wicked Problem of Patient Misidentification: How Could the Technological Revolution Help Address Patient Safety?” J Clin Nurs, 2019 July;28(13-14):2365-2368. https://onlinelibrary. wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/jocn.14848
10 Cerner EMR software required and sold separately. Biscom software is available on the HP cloud platform. Subscription required.
11 Medical Economics Staff. 2019. 2019 Physician Burnout Survey. Medical Economics. Aug. 12.