Antiseptic Wipe, IV Prep (50/BX)

Antiseptic Wipe, IV Prep (50/BX)


IV Prep Antiseptic Wipe by Smith & Nephew
Antiseptic Wipe, IV Prep

Effective -Easy to apply -Dries quickly -Reduces bacterial contamination -Cost-effective

20 in stock

SKU: 59421200 Categories: , Brand:


Smith & Nephew IV PREP Antiseptic Wipes come in a convenient, single use package. This antiseptic wipe is designed to sterilize and prepare skin prior to a ventipuncture or injection. The Smith & Nephew IV PREP Wipes are easy-to-apply, highly effective, quick drying, reduce bacterial contamination, and is cost-effective.

It is easy to use in four simple steps: 1- wipe and clean the area of the skin, 2- start at the ventipuncture site and apply in a circular motion, 3- wait for the antiseptic solution to thoroughly air dry, and 3- repeat with a new wipe if necessary. This product is flammable and must be kept away from fire and flame. It is designed for external use only and should not be used near the delicate area around the eye.

Features :

  • Fast Drying Formula
  • Quick and Easy-to-apply
  • Cost-Effective
  • Reduces Bacterial Contamination

Specifications :

  • Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew
  • Product Number: 59421200
  • Application: IV Prep Antiseptic Wipes
  • Usage: Single Use

Additional Information

Dimensions 12.5 × 9.75 × 5 in

2 reviews for Antiseptic Wipe, IV Prep (50/BX)

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  2. Reasonable price, fast and quick response

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