Alcohol Gel Hand Sanitizer.
Bio-San Hand Gel is effective in ridding hands of germs and bacteria that can cause illness.
Hand hygiene is key to preventing the spread of microorganisms, and Spirigel comes in a number of formats to aid quick and convenient hand decontamination.
Alcohol-based antiseptic. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) recommends healthcare workers using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer to disinfect hands. Using 60-95% alcohol (by weight) rub or gel has the highest efficacy rate in killing a broad range of microorganisms. According to the CDC, alcohol-based antiseptic should be used before and after coming into contact with patients (including before and after donning gloves) to protect against bacteria (including MRSA and Salmonella), fungi, and numerous viruses (including HIV, HBV, HCV). One of the best properties of alcohol-based antiseptic product is the persistent and residual effect it gives the clinician. This means that the hands are disinfected of pathogens for a period of time after application.
How do I use Bio-San Hand Gel?
Thoroughly wet hands with product. Rub hands together briskly until dry. No rinsing required. No towels needed. The recommendation of the CDC is that recurrent use of alcohol based gel hand sanitizers is not recommended without adequate hand washing between uses. The reason for this is that gels leave a biofilm on skin surfaces that trap dirt and potentially pathogenic organisms. Effectiveness decreases with added use and alcohol based products are ineffective with the third use without washing your hands.Bio-San Hand Gel not only kill over 100 tested bacteria, viruses, yeast and mild but also effectively removes dirt from your hands without leaving a biofilm.
Package: 500 ml with dispenser and 5 L