Ted May Beyond Clean Expert Series

Ted May: Beyond Clean Expert Series

Every month, Andersen’s Ted May will explore topics like safety, history, emissions and even molecular science related to medical device gas sterilization. These articles are published as part of Beyond Clean’s “Expert Series”—articles written by medical experts tackling some of the most pressing issues facing Sterile Processing departments. This month: First Duodenoscopes, then Urological Endoscopes… now Bronchoscopes? MORE…

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Vet Tech Tips

An experienced veterinary technician gives tips on how to get the most from your Andersen Sterilizer. Each short video is less than two minutes and focuses on topics designed to make a vet tech’s job just a little bit easier. This week: Have You Outgrown Your Sterilization Solution? MORE…

Bridging the COVID Gap (Year)

Bridging the COVID Gap (Year)

When COVID-19 took over our lives in 2020, many felt the immediate need to help, but weren’t quite sure how. Carl May, grandson of company founder Dr. Harold W. Andersen, had didn’t hesitate. He pressed pause on plans to attend college in Fall 2020 & joined Andersen’s contract sterilization sister company, Andersen Scientific, as a sterile processing technician where he spent months sterilizing millions of COVID test swabs for manufacturers across the country. MORE…

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An intensely honest conversation about ethylene oxide sterilization

Is ethylene oxide (EO or EtO) more toxic than hydrogen peroxide? What are the most prevalent myths about EO in the industry today? What does the future of EO look like?

Andersen’s President and CEO, A.E. (Ted) May joined Beyond Clean’s Justin Poulin for an intensely honest conversation about gas sterilization. In typical Beyond Clean fashion, Poulin asked the tough questions regarding the history surrounding EO and its role in the future of hospital sterile processing departments, specifically around duodenoscope and endoscope reprocessing. LEARN MORE…

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Andersen Sterilizers: A NC Company with a Global Impact

Andersen’s innovation, affordability and customer service is earning headlines! North Carolina Biotechnology Center wrote an article “Andersen Sterilizers: An NC Company with a Global Impact” published this morning. Learn more about Andersen:

  • Earning FDA’s first 510k clearance for terminal sterilization of duodenoscopes
  • Winning awards for its Zero Emission technology
  • Serving as a critical sterilization solution for the Life Sciences Industry

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FDA investigates reports of urological endoscope infections

FDA investigates urological endoscopes

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it is investigating reports of infections associated with reprocessed urological endoscopes. The FDA received more than 450 medical device reports (MDRs) describing post-procedure patient infections or other contamination issues associated with reprocessing urological endoscopes. Andersen’s EOGas 4 presents an FDA-cleared terminal sterilization option for the urological endoscopes under investigation, as well as significantly longer and smaller diameter scopes.

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