New P.M.C. based on Chlorhexidine digluconate

New antiseptic soaps based on Chlorhexidine digluconate

Giochemica Company presents, in its product catalogue, two new Medical Surgical Devices (P.M.C.) based on chlorhexidine digluconate for cleansing and disinfection of the hands. The latter, as we know, are one of the most important sources of nosocomial infections and their cleansing and disinfection is considered the main expedient for their prevention. Giochemica therefore exhibits on the market the new Gioclorexin Soap 2%, an antiseptic liquid soap to be used for hands disinfection of all healthcare personnel (doctors, nurses and assistance) and of all those who for various reasons frequent places of the community: companies, offices , workshops, studios, gyms, canteens, restaurants etc.

In addition to the aforementioned product, the company also presents Gioclorexin Soap 4% to be used mainly for a complete disinfection of the surgeon's hands in order to avoid, in any case, the spread of microbes and the consequent infection of the patient undergoing surgical treatment. The active ingredient chlorhexidine digluconate, having a positive charge, remains adsorbed on the negatively charged skin upon application of the soap, allowing a residual biocide effect to be obtained over time. The images of the two products are also shown below to inform also the kind customers on the aesthetics of the packaging, on the available packaging formats and on all the main specifications of the two soaps in question.

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