Hospital Sibu, Malaysia

24-06-2011 | Posted in Milk Banks

February 2011 saw the installation of the first S180 Sterifeed  ‘Safe Pasteurisation System’ in Malaysia.  Hospital Sibu on the Island of Sarawak, Malaysia, purchased the system for their NICU department.

The pasteuriser is being used for treating mother’s milk  fed from mother to baby.

The Sterifeed safe pasteurisation system eliminates HIV, CMV, MRSA, Group  B  streptococcal   and other bacteria which are harmful to newborns. For these reasons Hospital Sibu decided to purchase a safe pasteurisation system to treat the mothers’ milk as a method of quality control before feeding it to her baby.

We would like to thank our distributor in Malaysia, HNS Medical and in particular Faizul Rahman the project manager and Dr Chein from Hospital Sibu for all their hard work in getting the Sterifeed ‘Safe Pasteurisation System’ project up and running at Hospital Sibu.

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