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CHG chlorhexidine disinfection sponge cotton swab

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The Centers for Disease Control believes that chlorhexidine gluconate has several significant advantages:


Better bactericidal effect than other fungicides
Quick and continuous sterilization without irritating the skin
Remains bactericidal activity against protein-rich microorganisms

Product Features:


Chlorhexidine Gluconate has a fast, broad, and long-lasting bactericidal effect that greatly reduces the number of microorganisms on the skin.
Applicators formulated with this formulation have been shown to be effective in reducing the incidence of bloodstream infections and surgical site infections.
Chlorhexidine gluconate has continuous antibacterial function. It can destroy the cell membrane of bacteria and make it segregate into precipitable substances. At the same time, isopropyl alcohol can quickly destroy the proteins of most microbial cells and denature them. The antibacterial effect is at least up to 48 hours. (MRSA, VRE, CRE are three well-known drug-resistant bacteria).

Features:


1. Easy to use: no glass device, no need to activate before use, no need to wait for a long time for the liquid to soak the sponge.
2. Aseptic technique: latex-free, single-use product, long-handled plastic rod can prevent hands from touching the sponge head and the patient’s skin, reducing the chance of cross-infection.
3. Apply: The soft sponge gently rubs the surface of the skin, which can help the bactericide penetrate into the first five layers of cells of the epidermis, killing 80% of the remaining microbial cells.
4. Still effective in protein-rich microorganisms: There is still bactericidal activity in blood, serum and other protein-rich microorganisms.
5. Fast: Quickly kills the vast majority of microbial bacteria on the skin.
6. Long lasting: Antibacterial activity for at least 48 hours.
7. Broad: Effective against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, including Staphylococcus (MRSA), Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE), Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), Clostridium difficile , Acinetobacter and most viruses and fungi.

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