Powerful Wound Debridement
Hard-to-heal wounds represent a major Issue; medically, economically and pshycologically. In many cases, especially with diabetic patients, the end solution is to amputate the wounded limb.
Roughly 50% of Diabetic Foot Ulcers become infected and about one in five of these patients will undergo a lower extremity amputation (LEA). In 2016 130,000 Americans were hospitalized for a lower-extremity amputation.
In Israel, around 75% of LEA’s are among diabetic patients and every year there are at least 1,500 LEA’s. The related economic burden is heavy. With effective treatment, many amputations can be prevented.
K-Sept 1000 provides powerful debridement. The patented K-Sept blue solution acts by softening necrotic tissue, prevention of microbial growth, debris removal and exudate absorption.
K-Sept 1000 is supported by vast clinical experience. It comes in a box of 25 effervescent tablets and registered for “debridement, irrigation, hygiene and cleaning for wounds & skin”.
K-Sept 1000, with its powerful debridement capability, facilitates the critical shift from Inflammation to Granulation, thus paving the way to wound healing.
The Ultimate Disinfectant for Hospital and Clinic Use
A wide spectrum, multi purpose disinfecting agent for hospitals and clinics. A non-toxic formulation for cleaning and disinfecting, in an easy to handle tablet form. The added surfactant breaks and penetrates the biofilm layer while the active chloroxidiser kills all the micro-organisms.
Absorbent powder for contaminated spills
K-Sorb are granules which enable complete adsorption of biological spills which may be microbiologically contaminated.
Sprinkling K-Sorb granules on spilled liquid (blood, serum, urine or other microbiological waste) will immediately sterilise and neutralise (oxidise) the harmful pollutants. Within two minutes the granules will render the spill to a solid harmless mass which can be easily swept up and disposed of.
Chlorhexidine antiseptic and lubricating gel
A clear antiseptic and lubricating gel used as an aid to gynecological, obstetric and rectal examinations.
Sterile particle free solution for eye surgery
A particle free STERILE solution, free from added surfactants and preservatives. A disinfectant used as an adjuvant for insertion of intraocular lenses (IOL) and other ophthalmic procedures. Irrigation of the fornices with 10mL PovEyeodine pre-operatively results in significantly fewer positive conjunctival cultures at the time of surgery.
Several cases of Pseudomonas and even spores have been reported present in 10% Poviodine solution. For this reason there is serious risk of infection due to contamination when Poviodine solutions, intended for use on unbroken skin, are diluted with saline or water (even when these diluents are sterile!).
For disinfection in aseptic environments
Sterile alcohol spray for disinfection in aseptic environments. It leaves no residue on the surface and no rinsing is required.
The United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) <797> requires that STERILE Alcohol be used to disinfect sterile gloves intermittently, and also vial stoppers, ampoule necks, and injection ports on containers.
It recommends decontamination of items (which are not in peel packs) that are to be introduced into the aseptic work area, by first spraying them with STERILE Alcohol.
Ideal for routine glove decontamination, surface disinfection including Laminar Air Flows, component parts, carts and close to point-of-fill areas during aseptic processes in sterile compounding pharmacy, microbiology, ematology, cell cultures, in the operating Theater, ICU, Neonatal units and other critical and semi critical areas.
Medical equipment disinfection such as catheters
A clear sterile antiseptic solution containing Chlorhexidine gluconate 2%.
intended for use to disinfect surfaces and medical equipment including the hygiene associated with catheter care to prevent microbiological compromise. It may be used for example for the impregnation of dressings used to cover the site of indwelling central venous catheters (CVCs) which are expected to remain in place for a period of time which may be several days.
The use of Kxg impregnated wound dressings significantly reduced the incidence of CVC-related infections in patients receiving chemotherapy. 1 Impregnation of catheter with Chlorhexidine gluconate has been recommended to achieve reduction of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSIs).
The solution is especially useful in haemodialysis catheter care.
Also available as Hexatate, a Chlorhexidine acetate 0.5% sterile solution in units of 50mL bottles.