Actoderm - Hygienic and surgical hand disinfectant
Actoderm is a hygienic and surgical hand disinfectant. It is designed to be frequent-used for hygienic and surgical hand disinfection. Does not cause an allergic reaction. Dermatologically tested. Does not include chlorhexidine or other materials that are active when combined with aldehydes, phenols, hydrogen peroxide and washing agents.
Areas of Application
Hygienic and surgical hand disinfection:
Before operations, excisions, punctions and injections to provide skin antisepsis. Before wearing and after taking off the gloves. After contact with the healthy skin of the patient (pulse, blood pleasure measurement, physical examination). In patient care, while moving hands from the filthy to the clean area. Before contact with neutropenic and immunosuppressive patients. Before and after contact with patients in the isolation room. Before and after wearing gloves in invasive interventions. Especially in units where workload or number of patients is high, with the help of dispenser mounted near the patient in an easily accessible way.
70 % (v/v) 2-Propanol, auxiliary substances, purified water
Bactericidal including Tbc., Fungicidal, Virucidal
(HBV/HCV, HIV, A. influenza, Adeno, HPV, Rota, Papova, viruses)
See: CDC, RKI, DGHM, VAH
Store at room temperature. The shelf life of the product is three years from manufacturing date. Application of Actoderm may cause redness and slightly burning of skin. Do not apply Actoderm to open wounds. Highly flammable! Keep away from any ignition source! Do not bring into contact with open flames! Store tightly closed. In case of contact with eyes wash immediately with plenty of water including eyelids for 10 minutes and seek medical advice. In case of spillage of the solution following precautions has to be taken: Remove any ignition source, immediately wipe the spilled liquid, dilute with water, and ventilate the room. Do not smoke! In case of fire, use water spray, alcohol-resistant foam, dry extinguishing powder, sand or carbon dioxide.