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Healthcare Professionals.Do you know your medical devices’ disinfection guidelines? We can help identify which products are approved and compatible!

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How IPs can help!

Identifying Approved Products: Check the device manufacturer’s IFUs / User Manuals or supplemental Disinfection / Cleaning Guides for disinfection guidelines to determine a compatible disinfectant.

Sani-Cloth Sani-Tags: We can help train and implement our Sani-Tag labeling system to improve your team’s workflow and increase compliance.

Engage Equipment Manufacturers: Help request medical device manufacturers test the compatibility of PDI's disinfectants on their devices. We can provide contacts within medical device companies.

Sani-HyPerCide® Germicidal Disinfectants

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If you are interested in learning more about Sani-24® Disinfectants, complete the form below to have your PDI representative contact you.

Powerful Disinfection Made Easier

  • Effective against relevant microorganisms including C. auris, TB, and Norovirus in 1 minute. Learn more. 
  • Compatible2 with surfaces and materials commonly found in the healthcare setting.
  • Spray format can be used for Soft Surface Sanitization.
  • Efficient and easy-to-use – Requires no mixing or dilution.

A More Compatible Alternative to Bleach

  • Unlike bleach products, the hydrogen peroxide formulation in Sani-HyPerCide® disinfectant provides the ability to disinfect against Clostridioides difficile without leaving behind an unsightly visual residue. See visual comparison here. 
  • More compatible on surfaces and materials than competitive bleach products in that it leaves behind a less visible residue.3
  • Eliminates the need for a secondary cleaning step to remove visual residue.

Helpful Resources

References

1. Clostridioides difficile spores formerly known as Clostridium difficile spores.
2. Refer to device manufacturer’s instructions for use.
3. Data on file.