Instruments should look the same when they arrive in the user department, no matter who assembled them. End users should be able to count on accuracy and completeness of set, and to count on each tray having a familiar appearance.
How to assemble a tray or set to facilitate use
Procedures to follow if an instrument is missing, or if an item is added or removed
Assembling to protect instruments from damage
Assembling to facilitate sterilization process
Assembling for safety, including weight limitations, handling considerations, as well as set and rack placement that helps prevent wet packs
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To educate CSSD staff on the processes involved in creating a tray, what to do if instruments are missing or need repair, and how to assemble trays to enable sterilization, protect instruments, and facilitate use