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Cavitation is a process used in ultrasonic cleaning to remove debris and bioburden from difficult to reach areas of surgical instruments such as box locks, serrations and lumens of complex devices.
Cavitation is a phenomenon where high-frequency sound waves is passed through a cleaning solution to create bubbles, which implode to generate shock waves, strong enough to dislodge impurities adhering to the surface of the objects and lumens submerged in the cleaning solution

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Impingement refers to the spray-force action of pressurized water that is normally used in automated washers to physically remove bioburden from instrument surfaces.

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