Enzyme Instrument Cleaners clean surgical instruments cleaner
Surgical Instrument Detergents and enzyme cleaners are necessary. Surgical Instrument Detergents are necessary to clean the surface of surgical instruments after the enzyme cleaners have broken down soil, and all forms of proteinaceous bioburden. Enzymes alone do not clean surgical instruments. It is commonly stated that enzymes clean surgical instruments. Enzymes cleaners alone do not clean surgical instruments. Both enzyme cleaners and surfactant detergents are necessary.
Protease surgical instrument cleaning enzymes breakdown proteins including blood. Amylase surgical instrument cleaning enzymes breakdown starch and catalyze the hydrolysis of starch. Lipase surgical instrument cleaning enzymes breakdown fats and high level lipids. Carbohydrase surgical instrument cleaning enzymes breakdown high level starches. Enzyme surgical instrument cleaners that do not offer these four enzymes cannot effectively remove all forms of proteinaceous bioburden.
Four enzymes are necessary for optimal surgical instrument cleaning. If designed properly, surgical instrument detergent enzyme cleaners can: remove proteinaceous bioburden from surgical instruments, dissolve mineral encrustation from surgical instruments, remove stains from surgical instruments, and enhance the passive layer of the surgical instrument stainless steel and lubricate surgical instruments.
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