Hospital Disinfection, Sterilization and Control

Hospitals and critical infection control areas demand exceptional disinfection measures because they handle patients, each with a different infection, and the staff caring for them, all facing a heightened risk of infection. They require timely and efficient cleaning mechanisms to address these challenges. Hospital-acquired infections, also known as Nosocomial infections, occur 48 – 72 hours after hospital admission, and maintaining proper hygiene in the hospital premises can directly prevent these infections.

While both sterilization and disinfection play essential roles, their levels of microbiological eradication differ. A comprehensive strategy to combat hospital-acquired and healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) should incorporate hydrogen peroxide-based hand sanitizers, peracetic acid solutions, orthophthaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, and hydrogen peroxide. These remedies, in addition to other antiseptic sprays, are vital for ensuring a pristine medical facility.

Utilizing proper cleaning and hospital disinfectants can hinder the spread of these pathogens and eradicate them. Moreover, every in-house, commercial, and industrial setting should regularly undergo disinfection. Most healthcare units today possess secondary transmission routes that a thorough disinfection program can easily prevent.

Key considerations for the application of disinfectants and sterilization include:

  • Effective against a wide range of viruses, fungi, and pathogens.
  • Broad-spectrum activity to ensure comprehensive protection.
  • Aims to eliminate all forms of microbial life, including bacterial spores.

Hospital Disinfectant's Products

Silver Hydrogen Peroxide based Disinfectant

Silver Hydrogen based Sanitizers are synergy of hydrogen peroxide stabilized silver particles, in presence of a catalyst, for use as a multipurpose and highly effective disinfectant. The eco-friendly and biodegradable nature

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Peracetic Acid Sanitizer

Peracetic acid is used mainly in the food industry, where it is applied as a cleanser, sanitizer and as a disinfectant. Acetic acid was applied for bacteria and fungi removal

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QAC Disinfectant

QAC based broad spectrum terminal disinfectant. It is used for versatile applications for cleaning and disinfection through-out the dairy, beverage and

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Orthophthaldehyde based Surface Cleaner

Orthophthaldehyde based disinfectant is a High-Level Disinfectant for use in reprocessing heat-sensitive medical devices. Provides broad-spectrum activity against bacteria, micro-bacteria, viruses and fungi. It offers excellent material compatibility,

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Glutaraldehyde based Equipment Disinfectant

Glutaraldehyde is a pungent colorless liquid and is used to disinfect and sterilize various equipment, surface and water. It is also used for industrial water treatment

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Alcohol based Surface Disinfectant

Isopropyl alcohol and ethyl alcohol have been used as low-level disinfectants in healthcare settings for many years. Alcohol prep pads or towelettes containing isopropyl or ethyl alcohol and water have been used primarily for

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Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer is a liquid generally used to decrease infectious agents on the hands. Formulations of the alcohol-based type are preferable to hand washing with soap and water in most situations in the healthcare setting. It is generally more effective at killing microorganisms

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Hand Wash

Surfactants are one of many different compounds that make up a detergent. They are added to remove dirt from skin, clothes and household articles particularly in kitchens and bathrooms. They are also used extensively in industry

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