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Title: Maintaining water quality inside Central Sterile Supply Department


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Maintaining water quality inside Central Sterile
Supply Department
  • Created by Debabrata Basu
  • Associate Scientific Officer
  • Central Sterile Supply Department
  • Tata Medical Center, Kolkata, India

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Construction
  • CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT

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Plumbing system
  • Avoid GI pipe line for low mineral content water
    that may collect inner rust from the GI pipe
    line.
  • Use PVC pipes for clean and rust free water.
  • Diameter of pipe line should be adequate as per
    water supply requirement.
  • For better water pressure booster pump can be
    used.
  • Pipe lines should be straight enough (not curved)
    for good water pressure also.
  • Geyser or solar system can be used where
    basically hot or lukewarm water is required

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How to get treated water in CSSD www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
gov/pubmed/25118738
Supply to CSSD
Water reservoir for storage
Filtration by electro de-ionization processes (EDI)
Water chlorinated by sodium hypochlorite
Water pH maintained by soda ash check conductivity
Filtration by reverse osmosis processes (1to 5 filters)
Addition of anti- scaling agents
De- chlorination of water
Sand filter
Chlorination of water
Water softener
Iron remover
Raw water (Municipal or bore well water)
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Area wise daily water requirement inside TMC-CSSD
Water source Essential water quality Total water requirement per day
Instrument wash basin R-O water (10-100ppm) Not measured
Disinfection tank R-O water (TDS-10-100ppm) 90 liters per day
Ultra-sonic cleaner EDI water (TDS-0-10ppm) 50 liters
Rinser in US tank EDI water (TDS-0-10ppm) Not measured
Washer disinfector EDI water (TDS-0-10ppm) 1500 liters per day
Trolley wash Normal water Not measured
Autoclave (vacuum pump) R-O water (10-100ppm) 5000 liters per day
Autoclave (steam generator) R-O water (TDS-0-10ppm) 100 liters per day
Hand wash Housekeeping purpose Normal water Not measured
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Monitoring water quality
  • CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT

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Tools for water quality monitoring
Water TDS- total dissolved salt- Conductivity
meter CSSD targetlt10 mg/L Source Aesculap
Water chlorine level- Colorimeter O-toluidine/
Electronic Target 0.2-0.5 ppm Ref WHO
Water microbiology Membrane filtration Target Col
iforms- 0/100 ml Pseudomonas- 0/100 mL Ref WHO,
HPA (UK)
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Monitoring water quality in TMC-CSSD
www.ijpmonline.org/article.asp?issn0377-4929yea
r2014
  • Water pressure 4Kg/cm2
  • Residual chlorine --------- 0.05 ppm
  • TDS------------------------------ 10 ppm
  • Microbiology test Every month
  • Appearance Colorless, clean, without sediment
  • Changing filters every 3 months (mandatory)

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Monthly water quality monitoring (Chemical and
Microbiological report) https//www.health.qld.gov
.au/chrisp/sterilising/OH_section5_SOP.pdf
Sr. No. Location TDS of water Chlorine content in water (ppm) Test result Day 1 Test result Day 2 Test result Day 3 Staining result Gram stain




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International recommendation for maximum
acceptable contaminants levels for Autoclave
steam generator (According to EN 2852006)
Name of the contaminants Acceptable limit to Steam Generator
Evaporate residue 10 mg/l
Silicate 1 mg/l
Iron 0.2 mg/l
Cadmium 0.005 mg/l
Lead 0.05 mg/l
Rest of heavy metals 0.1 mg/l
Chloride 2 mg/l
Phosphate 0.5 mg/l
Conductivity 5 um/cm
pH value 6.5 to 8
Hardness 0.02 mmol/l
Total dissolve solids 10 ppm
Appeararance Colorless, clean, without sediment
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