For more than 200 years, we’ve maintained the standard of quality and service that defines Pilling® Surgical Instruments. Today, the Pilling® brand is recognized globally in the area of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgical instrumentation, in which Teleflex continues to innovate with our rigid endoscopes in the Otolaryngology specialty. A wide selection of unique designs, patterns and proprietary Pilling® ENT Instruments co-developed with leading surgeons are provided to customers across the world to help improve the standard of patient care.
As your instrumentation partner, we want to help you ensure your surgical instruments are kept in the best possible shape. Our Pilling® Instrument Specialists are available to conduct a complimentary cart evaluation to help you determine the organization method that works best for you. To schedule an evaluation, please contact us today.
We are proud to support your facility and employees with services and opportunities in addition to our surgical instrumentation. We partner with Haymarket Medical Education to provide a free CE course, titled “Proper Care, Handling, and Processing of Rigid Oral Endoscopes, Related Components, and Instruments.” The course offers CE credit for healthcare professionals involved in the handling and care of surgical instruments—please see details below.*
The appropriate protocols for handling, transporting, testing, and storing of rigid oral endoscopes, including laryngoscopes, bronchoscopes, and esophagoscopes, as well as light carriers and fiber-optic light cables, before, during, and following surgery would not be possible without the dedication of the Sterile Processing Department personnel, perioperative nurses, and surgical technologists and assistants. These individuals are integral members of the surgical team; without their care and oversight of the instruments, no procedure would be successful. This CE activity will outline best practices for safe and effective inspection, processing and handling of rigid oral endoscopes, the MDM instructions for use and guideline recommendations to ensure the instruments are patient ready.