70% isopropyl alcohol, for skin management before and after injection.
Sterile, foil packing
Alcohol prep pads are used as a topical antiseptic.
Ideal for use prior to injections.
The soft, absorbent, non-woven pads are saturated with 70% isopropyl alcohol.
Size: 65x30, 65x56, 60x100, 120x150mm, etc.
Alcohol Prep Wipes or Alcohol Prep Pads are used to disinfect areas of the body. Alcohol Swabs and alcohol swabs / pads are also used to help prevent infections, to clean the skin, and to clean wounds, scrapes and cuts.
Alcohol Prep Wipes or Alcohol Prep Pads are used to disinfect areas of the body. Alcohol Prep Pads are manufactured by Kendall and BD Becton Dickinson. ... Alcohol Swabs and Alcohol Wipes are also used to help prevent infections, to clean the skin, and to clean wounds, scrapes and cuts. This is used to clean an injection site prior to injection to remove bacteria and germs that could be pushed into the skin during the injection process. Alcohol pads can also be used to clean one's hands if there is no place to wash them prior to injection
Now no one really notices the antiseptic wipes in their first aid kit, but what exactly are they for and what are the differences between the different types?
Usages of Alcohol Swabs / Alcohol Prep Pads:
Alcohol swabs / pads are used to disinfect things and are easy to carry and are a convenient way of killing germs and sterilizing the surface of the anything that they are wiped on. They can be used to clean minor wounds, sterilize first aid equipment, prepare skin for surgery or for injection. Since they are single use, there is no risk of cross contamination and because they are individually wrapped they are easy and convenient to carry in your pocket, purse, small first aid kit or survival kit. They can also be used to disinfect keyboards, cell phones, office equipment, tableware and dishes; children’s toys, frequently touched, sterilize before use items; toilet seats, and for other cleaning and disinfection purposes. But, what are the differences between alcohol and BZK and which is the right one to use and when?