CLEANING AND STERILIZATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADIVIVE™ REUSABLE COMPONENTS
All reusable Adivive™ components must be properly cleaned and sterilized prior to use. Clean all of the
reusable components immediately after treatment. Sterilize via autoclave immediately before use.
The following Adivive™ components are reusable:

1. FPU Air Hose (TP‐105)
2. FPU Connector 1 (TP‐106)
3. FPU Connector 2 (TP‐107)
4. FPU Push Stick (TP‐108)
5. FPU Weight Adapter (TP‐111)
6. 3 Way Valve (TP‐112)
7. Luerlock Adapter (TP‐113)
8. Luerlock Adapter IV (TP‐119)
9. 4mm Suction Cannula (TP‐201)
10. 3mm Suction Cannula (TP‐202)
11. 2.5mm Tumescent Injection/Infiltration Cannula (TP‐203)
12. 4mm Injection Cannula (TP‐204)
13. 3mm Injection Cannula (TP‐205)
14. Tumescent Hose (SP‐107)
15. Bucket Clip (W‐725)
16. Bucket (W‐724)
17. Piston Screw Driver (TP‐110)
REUSABLE COMPONENT WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
(See Safety and Precautions sections for additional system warnings and precautions)
It is required that all reusable components be cleaned and sterilized prior to treatment to
prevent blood and debris from drying on the reusable components and to prevent potential
cross contamination.
During cleaning of the intricate reusable components it is important to thoroughly scrub and
rinse with hot water where potential contamination may occur (e.g., cannula or syringe
connectors) to ensure proper cleaning.
The 50ML FPUs are designed for single treatment use. Re‐use may negatively affect product
performance, cause degradation of materials, and compromise sterility, thus causing undue risk
to patient.
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CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Disassemble Adivive™ System and accessories from the centrifuge unit to access all reusable
components required to be sterilized. All of the reusable components must be individually
separated (See pages 3‐9 of this manual for individual component illustrations).
2. Rinse each reusable component with hot water. Use a stiff bristle brush to thoroughly scrub all
crevices and areas to ensure proper removal of all debris.
3. Soak all reusable components in a medical grade enzymatic cleaner. Follow the enzymatic cleaner
manufacturer’s guidelines for the correct dilution, temperature, water quality (i.e. pH, hardness),
exposure time and rinsing.
4. After soaking, rinse all reusable components with hot water for a minimum of 2 minutes or as
specified in the enzymatic cleaner instructions. Thoroughly rinse inside of cannula and any other
reusable components that have hard to access areas with hot water using a 10‐60cc syringe.
5. Visually inspect the reusable components to ensure they are free of debris and cleaner.
6. Dry all reusable components using a clean, soft, lint‐free cloth or clean compressed air.
STERILIZATION INSTRUCTIONS
GRAVITY SETTING
1. Sterilize all reusable components immediately prior to use.
2. Place components in autoclavable pouches. Use multiple pouches if necessary.
3. Adjust the autoclave to GRAVITY SETTING. Set the autoclave to 270⁰ F (132⁰ C) for 60 minutes
with a 30 minute dry cycle. Remove the reusable components from autoclave and place in
sterile field.
PREVAC SETTING
1. Sterilize all reusable components immediately prior to use.
2. Place components in autoclavable pouches. Use multiple pouches if necessary.
3. Adjust the autoclave to PREVAC SETTING. Set the autoclave to 270⁰ F (132⁰ C) for 6 minutes with
a 35 minute dry cycle. Remove the reusable components from autoclave and place in sterile
field.
CLEANING OF THE CENTRIFUGE ROTOR AND BASIN
1. Using a Sani‐Cloth® Plus, thoroughly wipe the centrifuge chamber to ensure that it is free of any
debris.
2. Using a Sani‐Cloth® Plus, thoroughly wipe the centrifuge rotor and crevices where potential
contamination could occur.