Compacta Steril Test Report, Poland August 2019

The aim of the study was to assess the effectiveness of the CompactaSteril ultra clean air system. According to the assumption, the examined device should significantly reduce the risk of contamination of the treatment and operational field. The correctness of this assumption was tested on a small animal’s model under simulated conditions in the treatment room.

Name of the institution responsible for conducting the research:
Foundation for the Cardiac Surgery Development, Wolnosci 345A, 41-800 Zabrze, Poland.

Name of the institution where the test was carried out: 
Experimental Station of the Department of Genetics of Animal Improvement, Faculty of Animal Breeding and Biology, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Jodlowa Street 12, 30-250 Krakow.

Responsible persons:
Beata Krawczyk: Organisation of the experiment, preparation of contracts and necessary documentation.
Professor Wilczeck Piotr: Supervision and conducting the experiment
Katarzyna Kasperkiewicz: Supervision and conducting of microbiological test


In the case of tests performed using CompactaSterile, the number of CFUs was in the range of 0-3 (Fig. 1-3; Tab. 1). In the case of control animals without CompactaSterile, the amount of CFU was significantly higher (Fig. 4; Tab. 2). A significantly higher amount of CFU was also observed for the samples exposed in the room Fig. 5; Tab 3).

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