High risk surfaces which pose an infection threat to patients should be regularly disinfected after skin contact. Saturated disinfectant wipes prove to be effective at rapidly disinfecting surfaces and equipment. Wipes can disinfect irregularly shaped surfaces as well as remove soil, which is important in high traffic areas where frequent contact and repeated use of instruments is common. Surface disinfection prevents cross-contamination and helps suppress the uncontrolled growth of bacteria and fungi.
Minimum risk to staff and patients
Many of the most common high-level disinfectants contain an aldehyde group, which have been recognized as a mutagenic substance that can cause sensitization in humans.Acecide contains peracetic acid as its active ingredient, which contains no aldehyde group,making it safe on staff and patients.
Substance that can cause sensitization in humans.Acecide contains peracetic acid as its active ingredient, which contains no aldehyde group,making it safe on staff and patients.
Safe on the environment
Peracetic acid breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and acetic acid. Therefore it has little residual toxicity, and it decomposes essentially into water and oxygen after disposal. Acecide is easy on the environment, leaving no trace when it leaves your facility.
Wide range of antimicrobial efficacy
Reusable medical instruments must be subjected to accurate and thorough disinfection or sterilization before safely using again. Acecide is strong enough to eliminate general bacteria, acid-fast bacteria, and viruses in minutes from the most sensitive equipment such as endoscopes.