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Softa-Man Hand Disinfectant (promanum Gel) is a high quality disinfectant fully certified for hospital use. Produced in Germany by B. Braun, it is widely used with incredible results, both by healthcare professionals and private individuals. A disinfectant from the SABA alcohol-based disinfectant family.
Hand disinfection with gel consistency Active against bacteria incl. MRSA, mycobacteria, fungi, encapsulated viruses and rotavirus.
Type of application: localized application on the skin.
Product Use: Hygienic and surgical hand disinfection
Efficacy (in vitro tests)
Softa-Man ViscoRub is applied without diluting on the hands. Throughout the application period the skin must remain moist with the undiluted preparation.
In case of strong and visible contamination of the hands or after contact with Mykobacteria, perform two hygienic hand rubs consecutively.
Tested according to: EN1275, prEN 12054/13727, EN 13624, EN 14348, EN 14476, EN 1500, EN 12791
Active ingredients per 100 ml of solution:
List of excipients: Polyvivone, sorbitol, isopropyl myristate, PCL-liquid, Perfume Flair PH, 799893/731960, Standard Blue V / E 131, CI No. 42051 (85%), Quinoline Yellow / E104, CI No. 47005 (70 %), purified water.
Hands are the main vehicle for transmitting microorganisms from one individual to another or from the environment to the individual. Therefore, hand hygiene is the main measure of control of healthcare associated infection and with indirect impact on the control of antimicrobial resistance is unquestionable.
Hand hygiene should be carried out in accordance with the WHO's “Five Moments” conceptual model, which correspond to indications that hand hygiene is mandatory in clinical practice.
The “Five Moments” for hand hygiene are:
Hand hygiene techniques
Department of Health Quality / Patient Safety Division. Normative Circular No. 13 of 06/04/2010. Good Practice Guidance for Hand Hygiene in Health Units.
Directorate-General for Health. Standard No. 29/2012 of 28/12/2012. Basic Infection Control Precautions.
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