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Hibiscrub 4% Cutaneous Solution 500ml

Hibiscrub 4% Cutaneous Solution is used for pre-operative surgical hand disinfection, antiseptic handwashing on the ward, and pre-operative skin antisepsis for patients undergoing elective surgery. It contains chlorhexidine gluconate, an effective antimicrobial agent against bacteria, fungi, and some viruses.

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Hibiscrub 4% Cutaneous Solution 500ml
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Hibiscrub 4% Cutaneous Solution is used for pre-operative surgical hand disinfection, antiseptic handwashing on the ward, and pre-operative skin antisepsis for patients undergoing elective surgery. It contains chlorhexidine gluconate, an effective antimicrobial agent against bacteria, fungi, and some viruses.

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  • Effective against a wide range of bacteria.
  • Pre-operative skin antisepsis for patients undergoing elective surgery.
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Prior to surgery, healthcare professionals typically follow a specific hand hygiene protocol, including the use of Hibiscrub. They usually apply a sufficient amount of the solution, ensuring complete coverage of hands and forearms. Hands are then rubbed together, paying attention to all areas, for a specified duration as per the product instructions. Afterward, hands are rinsed thoroughly with water.

Yes, Hibiscrub can be used for antiseptic handwashing on the ward. Healthcare workers may use it as part of their routine hand hygiene practices to help reduce the risk of infections spreading in a healthcare setting.

Yes, Hibiscrub can be used for pre-operative skin antisepsis in patients undergoing elective surgery. It helps reduce the microbial load on the skin, minimizing the risk of surgical site infections.

The active ingredient in Hibiscrub is chlorhexidine gluconate, which is known for its antimicrobial properties.

Chlorhexidine gluconate, the active ingredient in Hibiscrub, has activity against some viruses. However, its primary efficacy is against bacteria and fungi. It's essential to follow specific guidelines and use additional measures for viral infections, as required.