NEW IAC Standards
Effective December 31,2015, IAC (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission) will require that all TEE transducers must be tested for structural and electrical integrity between each use. An ultrasound leakage tester must be used and documented as “Pass” or “Failed” in the routine TEE probe cleaning /maintenance log.
Don’t panic, GMI has solutions to make sure that you are compliant and ready for accreditation submission. GMI has partnered with BC Group International and PCI Medical to provide our customers with a combination of solutions for both high level disinfection and electrical leakage testing.
We have put together packages by manufacturer to get you ready for the new IAC standards.
BC Group International is a leading provider of test and measurement equipment for the worldwide technical services marketplace. BC Group has designed the ULT-2000 series Ultrasound Leakage Tester, to be an independent, dedicated leakage tester for general use and TEE transducers. The ULT-2000 series tester has a user friendly interface and offers a no-nonsense “Pass” or “Fail” test result. Manufacturer specific adapters can accommodate any department or biomedical shop.
PCI Medical is the worldwide leader in disinfection solutions for both ultrasound transducers and scopes. PCI provides solutions such as the GUS Disinfection Soak Stations for all transducers to include TEE.