|Product Name ||Benzalkonium Chloride 0.13 Wipes |
|Color ||White |
|Material ||45g Non-woven Spunlace |
|Bag Material ||Plastic Canister |
| Wipes counts ||80pcs |
|Size ||Wipe:14cm*18cm |
|Certification ||ISO9001/CE/FDA/MSDS/SGS |
1.Antiseptic for preparation of the skin prior to injection.
2.Individually foil wrapped.
3. Use as an antiseptic skin cleanser before injection with BD insulin syringes.
4.For the preparation of skin prior to an injection to decrease germs in minor cuts and scrapes.
1. Pleasse store in a cool place, it is non-medical clinical supplies.
2. For daily use only, seal timely after opening to prevent volatilization.
3. Keep out of the reach of children to avoid accidents.
4. People who are allergic to alcohol, use with caution.
5. Do not get close to fire.
6. This product is insoluble in water, pls do not throw it into the toilet after using.
BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE- antibacterial wet ... - DailyMed
NDC Code(s): 64709-100-20; Packager: Diamond Wipes International. Category: HUMAN OTC DRUG LABEL; DEA Schedule: None; Marketing Status: OTC
SOFT WIPES ALCOHOL FREE ANTIBACTERIAL ... - DailyMed
Drug Label Information · claims germ-X · Active ingredients Benalkonium chloride (0.13%) · Purpose Antiseptic · Use to decrease bacteria on the skin · Warnings
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25 Jun 2020 — Some wipes, like the kind made with benzalkonium chloride, are only approved to kill bacteria. They might not work as well on viruses. Wipes
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6 Mar 2020 — Some of the hand sanitizers made by the brands Purell and Germ-X rely on benzalkonium chloride instead of alcohol as the active ingredient
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12 Mar 2020 — For example, Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes are made with an alcohol-free formula that uses benzalkonium chloride as an active ingredient
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