Urology trial results confirm efficacy and cost-effectiveness of Tristel Fuse for cystoscope disinfection

December 2011
Operating Theatre Journal;Dec2011, Issue 255, p6
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study which confirms the cost-effectiveness and efficacy of sporicidal disinfectant Tristel Fuse for cytoscope disinfection.


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