Effectiveness of TEE Probe Hanging Times in Reducing the Formation of Bacterial Colonies

In this publication, the authors examine the outcomes of a clinical study analyzing the effectiveness of longer clean storage hanging times (the time frame in which a medical device can be stored in a contained, controlled environment that limits damage and exposure to moisture, while also protecting the device from harmful human pathogens) in reducing the presence of harmful pathogens on transesophageal (TEE) probes.