Alcoholic skin antiseptic with chlorhexidine
• contains 2% chlorhexidine digluconate
• long-lasting antimicrobial activity for up to 24 hours
CHEMISEPT HF is an ethanol-based colourless skin antiseptic with chlorhexidine for preoperative skin antisepsis and surgical procedures. It can also be used for disinfection of non-invasive medical devices. CHEMISEPT HF has a broad spectrum of bactericidal (incl. MRSA), mycobactericidal (incl. Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium terrae) and yeasticidal activity. The product is also active against viruses (incl. HBV, HIV, HCV, BVDV, Vaccinia and Rota). CHEMISEPT HF contains chlorhexidine, which has a long-lasting antimicrobial activity for up to 24 hours. Thanks to chlorhexidine unsuitable environment for microbial growth will remain even after use of the product. Colourless composition makes it also suitable for use in cosmetic procedures.
APPLICATION AREAS: CHEMISEPT HF is mainly used in hospitals and other medical institutions. Also suitable for use in beauty clinics and cosmetic salons.
• skin antisepsis before surgical procedures, injections and punctures
• preoperative skin antisepsis
• blood sampling
• cannulation and catheterisation
• disinfection of non-invasive medical devices
• skin antisepsis before cosmetic procedures
USAGE: CHEMISEPT HF is ready to use and can be applied on the skin by spraying or swabbing.
SKIN ANTISEPSIS BEFORE INJECTIONS AND BLOOD SAMPLING: Apply a sufficient amount of CHEMISEPT HF on the relevant skin area by spraying or by rubbing with a soaked swab. After spraying rub with a swab. Ensure thorough wetting of the skin and let the solution dry. The time of effect is 30 seconds.
PREOPERATIVE SKIN ANTISEPSIS: Apply a sufficient amount of CHEMISEPT HF to the operation area by using forceps and soaked swab. Ensure thorough wetting of the area and let the solution dry. Disinfection of the operation area is carried out twice (45 seconds both times). The total time of effect is 90 seconds. Incision film may be only applied on dry skin.
EN 1500 EN 12791
EN 13624 EN 13727
EN 14348 EN 14476