Documentation

 

 Title Description
 AMBUstat Material Compatibility 2020The AMBUstat™ system is used in numerous prehospital environments as part of the cleaning and disinfection process. Any materials that are left in these spaces, including equipment, instruments, computers and work surfaces, are exposed to the vapor from a solution of Actril™ Cold Sterilant. This document summarizes material compatibility test results for materials that may be commonly found in ambulances and other prehospital clinical spaces
 Original AmbuStat™ Program FlyerThe AmbuStat™ Portable Environmental Surface Bio-Decontamination Program was designed to change the way we perceive the cleaning and disinfection of prehospital public health spaces.
 Flyer Comparing AmbuStat™’s Cost Per
Treatment Against the Competition
Spreading the Price of the Starter Set Over Five Years and Performing a Minimum of One Disinfection Treatment Per Week
5 Questions to Answer Before Any EMS Product
Purchase
Answering these questions provides a blueprint for a quality process and product implementation into the EMS agency.
 Flyer Outlining Efficacy of Actril® Cold SterilantThe diagram to the right provides a list of microbes and viruses in order of resistance to death, from the least to most resistant.
 Flyer Outlining the AmbuStat™ ProgramEmergency Products & Research, Inc., also known as EP+R, is the exclusive manufacturer of the AmbuStat™ Portable Environmental Surface Bio-Decontamination Program, which was designed specifically for use in prehospital public health settings, such as fire/rescue and emergency medical services (EMS), to support the global bio-defense action plan.
 Flyer Reinforcing the AmbuStat™ Program’s
Commitment to Transparency
 We’re just putting it out there.
 Flyer Facilitating an Introduction to Peroxyacetic Acid and Actril® Cold SterilantPeroxyacetic acid, also known as peracetic acid or PAA, is an organic compound comprising a mixture of acetic acid and hydrogen peroxide in a watery solution and it is produced by a reaction between the acetic acid and hydrogen peroxide.
 An Internal Memo Outlining the Purpose of the
AmbuStat™ Program (It is a bit long, so you may want to grab a coffee)
The intent of this memorandum is to address the question that is being posed numerous times every day and that is ‘Why AmbuStat?
 Research Report: Residuals of Peroxide on Surfaces After Actril® Cold Sterilant EvaporatesMinncare or Actril can be used to disinfect surfaces and leaves the surface wet at first. After drying, there is a question as to whether there is any residual of the components left behind. Both Minncare and Actril contain hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, and acetic acid.
 Research Report: C. Diff Endospores and Peroxyacetic Acid GermicidesActril Cold Sterilant is a Peracetic Acid (PAA) based sterilant that has specific claims against even the hardiest class of organisms – spores.
 Research Report: Effectiveness Against MRSA & MSSAActril and Minncare Cold Sterilants are EPA registered high level disinfectants that have demonstrated effectiveness against a broad range of organisms.
 Application Brief: Actril® Cold Sterilant EffectivenessReady-To-Use Sporicide For Surface Disinfection in Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Environments
 Application Brief: Actril® Cold Sterilant Efficacy Against Ebola VirusActril Cold Sterilant Efficacy Against Ebola Virus
 Research Report: Actril® Cold SterilantFast, Safe, Reliable Surface Disinfection for the Life Sciences Market
 MSDS: Actril® Cold SterilantProduct and Company Identification
 Fact Sheet: Actril® Cold SterilantReady-To-Use Sporicide For Surface Disinfection
 Research Report: Surface Challenge Test: Actril® Cold SterilantSurface Challenge Test (USP 1072)
 Research Report: Effectiveness Against Specific Microorganisms: Actril® Cold SterilantEffectiveness Against Specific Microorganisms

 

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