75% reduction in catheter-related bloodsteam infections

2% Chlorhexidine in 70% Alcohol

Chlorhexidine CA2C240
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2% Chlorhexidine in 70% Alcohol

The UK’s most trusted wipe for disinfection of hubs and ports. Fast-acting and long-lasting. Proven to reduce catheter-related bloodstream infections by 75%.

Protecting patients from threat of catheter-related bloodstream infection, they allow you to conform with EPIC 3, NICE AND DoH guidelines.

Their fast acting, long lasting formulation proves safer and superior to traditional 70% alcohol or 10% providone-iodine wipes.

Product code: CA2C240

NHSSC: VJT120

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How to use
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How to use
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Wear recommended PPE.

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Tear open one sachet and remove the wipe.

3
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Wipe the hub and port of the cannula for 15 seconds. Remove the top and wipe the bottle cap for 15 seconds before introducing blood.

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Discard the soiled wipe in the appropriate waste.

FAQS

What is the difference between the 2% Chlorhexidine/70% Alcohol Skin Wipe and Medical Device Wipe?

The Clinell 2% Chlorhexidine Medical Device Wipes (CA2C240 green box) is currently registered as a C…Read More

What are the active ingredients of chlorhexidine skin wipes?

Chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG) 2% w/v and isopropyl alcohol (IPA) 70% v/v.

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