Posts by Gemma Woodhouse

New Dashboard Features

Now, see when we’ve received your test in real time! Looking for a result? All tests are logged in the same day that they are received and will show up on your results dashboard. This is a great way to verify the status of your test. As always, we start your test the same day…

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PNDC 2021

Come visit us at the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference! Booth #732. We have all of the information on Washington State’s new waterline testing regulations. Thursday Nov. 11: 9:00AM – 7:00PMFriday Nov. 12: 9:00AM – 2:00PM

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ISDA Annual Session 2021

Come see Woodhouse Laboratories at the ISDA Annual Session Friday, June 11th At the Boise Centre- Boise Centre West. We’ll be at Booth 26 talking about the importance of testing your autoclaves using our SporeAlert test kits, and unveiling our new dental unit waterline test kits!

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Need more than just presence/absence testing?

Woodhouse Laboratories offers more than standard presence/absence testing of biological indicators. We are also offer Biological Indicator Population Verification tests. Population verification is useful for: Verifying that your biological indicator meets manufacturer’s claims of the population inoculated on the carrier Initial autoclave verification – determine lethality rates and D-values Research projects – Need to know…

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COVID-19 Update

We understand how important your infection control testing is – especially right now. Here’s how we’re here to help: Our office is open and continuing to operate under normal business hours (M-F 9-5 PST). We are maintaining our promise to process tests the day that they are received, and to report results the same day…

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Just Announced: Faster Turnaround Times

Important news from Woodhouse Laboratories – We know that laboratory turn-around times are extremely important for infection control. That’s why we are proud to announce that we have recently completed an internal study on faster readout methods which will provide faster turnaround times on steam and chemical sterilizer tests. As always, we ensure that tests…

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Steam vs Dry Heat vs Chemical Sterilizers – What’s the difference?

Instrument sterilization is essential to the functioning of many industries. There are several accepted methods that are used to ensure that instruments are sterilized properly. Below we describe 3 of the most common types of sterilizers used in the medical field. Regardless of the type of sterilizer you use, the CDC recommends verifying the proper…

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