ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners
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ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners with surface cleaning detergents and four enzyme cleaners (lipase, amylase, carbohydrase, and protease) consistently deliver residue free surgical instruments.
The 0225-1 neutral pH surgical instrument cleaners with detergents, enzymes, and a lubricant comply with all manufacturer recommendations of surgical instruments for cleaning and conditioning surgical Instruments. Four enzymes are necessary to effectively break down all form of surgical bioburden. Surgical instrument cleaners that do not contain these four enzymes cannot remove all forms of proteinaceous bioburden. For the surgical instrument cleaning process to be thorough, four surgical instrument cleaner enzymes combined with surface cleaning detergents are needed.
The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners with enzymes and detergents are designed for thoroughly cleaning with less cleaning time and lower cleaning costs. The primary goal of surgical instrument cleaning is to remove soil (proteinaceous bioburden) which includes proteins, starches and lipids. Enzymatic cleaning requires lipase enzymes, amylase enzymes, carbohydrase enzymes, and protease enzymes.
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All enzymes in medical enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners act at the same cleaning speed, when they are at the same strength, within the formulation. The application and the dilution rates determine the speed and the quality of surgical instrument cleaning outcomes. Unlike detergents, higher concentrations of enzymes will deliver higher levels of surgical instrument cleaning. Applying the enzymes in a foam will deliver a thicker lay than applying enzymes with a spray. The thicker layer allows more of the enzymes to come in contact with the bioburden being cleaned from the surgical instruments. Common misunderstandings exist pertaining to the application of enzymatic enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners including the times and temperatures for optimal cleaning outcomes. To achieve the highest quality cleaning outcomes It is important to use enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners at the optimal cleaning temperature. the optimal range for use of enzymes is between 100 F and 137 F, with decreasing efficacy at higher temperatures.
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The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners lubricate and condition while they clean. Enzymatic surgical instrument cleaners with detergents enhance the strength of the passive layer that protects surgical instrument against corrosion. Enzymatic surgical instrument cleaning solutions with lubricant cleaners replace cleaning products: enzyme cleaners, detergents, lubricants, and stains removers.