The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, confronting healthcare professionals around the world with unprecedented clinical and operational challenges. Preventing the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) within clinical settings is a particularly complex challenge; healthcare providers must not only treat infected patients suffering from COVID-19, but also prevent staff and other patients from becoming infected. One essential precautionary measure is to disinfect all medical equipment after the examination of an infected patient.
At Siemens Healthineers, we are working closely with our customers across the globe to ensure that they have access to the right products, solutions and insights to help them through this exceptionally difficult time. This website is part of this effort, offering specific recommendations and best practices designed to assist healthcare workers to prevent the spread of infection within clinical environments.
Medical device-specific disinfection recommendations
SOMATOM Definition AS
SOMATOM Definition Edge
SOMATOM Definition Flash
SOMATOM Edge Plus
SOMATOM go.Open Pro
Fluoroscopy & Urology
Luminos Agile Max
Luminos dRF Max
Luminos Fusion FD
Uroskop Omnia Max
Laboratory Diagnostics & Point-of-Care
Radiography & Mobile Generators
MOBILETT Elara Max
MOBILETT Mira Max
Multix Fusion Max
Explore our best practices on COVID-19
By gathering externally published information from trusted sources, we aim to provide useful information for healthcare providers.
Please note, the information provided on the linked pages is the responsibility of the individual third party websites.
FAQs about preventing and controlling COVID-19 infection in healthcare settings
Researchers compare aerosol and surface stability of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV-1
ACC Interventional Council and SCAI discuss issues facing catheterization personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic
Interim guidance for healthcare providers caring for pediatric patients with known or suspected COVID-19
Guidelines for cleaning and preparing ultrasound transducers and equipment, and for safe handling and use of coupling gel
Emergency management and infection control in a radiology department
UK Radiologists are Moving to “Clean” and “COVID-19” CT Scanners
Radiology department strategies to protect technologists against COVID19: Experience from Wuhan
1See Q&A on coronaviruses (COVID-19), https://www.who.int/newsroom/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses, 26th March 2020