Ambulatory Surgery Centers

Surgical Scrub Area

Problem:

Products meeting FDA requirements for surgical antisepsis are needed for preparing the hands of the the surgical team prior to performing surgical procedures.


Solution:
PURELL® waterless surgical scrub product in touch-free dispensers meet the FDA requirements for surgical hand antisepsis.
PURELL Waterless Surgical Scrub is brushless, waterless, non-irritating and fast-drying.

 

PURELL® Waterless Surgical Scrub

PURELL® Waterless Surgical Scrub is designed to meet and exceed FDA surgical scrub requirements* without the addition of harsh ingredients that can cause skin damage. Our advanced alcohol formulation provides the instant germ kill AND persistent activity critical to the surgical environment.

*FDA Tentative Final Monograph June 2004
PURELL® Surgical Scrub TFX™ Touch Free Dispenser - Dove Gray
  • Brushless, waterless, alcohol-based scrub

  • Meets FDA and AORN requirements

  • Available in automatic touch free dispensers

PROVON® Nail Cleaners

Convenient, disposable nail cleaners made to remove debris under nails prior to scrubbing.
PROVON® Nail Cleaners
  • Convenient, disposable nail cleaners to remove debris under nails prior to scrubbing

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Did You Know

In one study, using an alcohol based hand sanitizer as an infection control strategy in a hospital setting was associated with a 36% reduction in infection rates.1

1. Use of alcohol hand sanitizer as an infection control strategy in an acute care facility. Hilburn J, et al Am J. Infec Control 2003; 31:109-16

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