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Isopropyl Alcohol Antiseptic Skin Swab Applicator

brand: chenyanglobal
price: 面议
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seat: Asia-Pacific China
Validity to: Long-term effective
Last update: 2017-03-12 06:19
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Nancy Pan
Chenyanglobal Group
Skype: hcy.nansy
Tel: 86-755-27393226 
Fax: 86-755-27381080

Use on patient skin antisepsis preparation for the following application :
1.   Pre-injection & Preoperative Procedure
2.   Peripheral IV insertions and restarts 
3.   Dialysis procedures
4.   Routine venipunctures 
5.   Percutaneous device insertions 
6.   Simple biopsies
7.   Vascular Access Insertion & Maintenance
8.   Routine catheter maintenance 
9.   Arterial blood gas collections
10.  Surgical site cleansing after suturing 
11.  Arterial venous fistulas (AVF)/arterial venous graphs (AVG)
Characteristics :
fast-acting, broad spectrum, persistent antiseptic .
infection control , reduce the incidence of BSIs and SSIs
keeps fighting bacteria for at least 48 hours.

Features :
Convenience of use
Aseptic technique
Friction scrub
Active in protein-rich biomaterials
Persistent: at least 48 hours
Broad spectrum
Latex-free, Two-year shelf life, Does not contain DEHP

Optional Antiseptic Solution composition:
It can be customized with the following formulation ratio content :
1) 0.5% w/v CHG ( Chlorhexidine Gluconate ) + 70% v/v IPA ( Isopropyl Alcohol ) 
2) 3.75% w/v CHG ( Chlorhexidine Gluconate ) + 70% v/v IPA ( Isopropyl Alcohol )
3) 4.0% w/v CHG ( Chlorhexidine Gluconate ) + 70% v/v IPA ( Isopropyl Alcohol )
4) Povidone Iodine USP 10% w/v ( Equivalent to 1% Titratable Iodine )

Why do we choose CHGPrep Swab Sticks and Swab Applicators?
 CHGPrep Swab Sticks and Swab Applicators meet the skin antisepsis guidelines from:
The Centers for Disease Control has targeted the prevention of catheter-relatedinfections. Catheter-related infections are a preventable problem that affect hundreds of thousands of patients every year. These infections increase patient morbidity, lengthen hospital stays, and require additional medical interventions.One critical step in the prevention of catheter-related infection is proper skin prepping with an effective antiseptic. Which antiseptic should you use? The CDC recently announced new
Guidelines for the that for cutaneous antisepsis, “. . . a 2% chlorhexidine-based preparation is preferred . . .” 

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