Surgical Instrument
 Medical Enzyme Detergent Cleaners

Medical enzyme detergent surgical instrument cleaners with four enzyme surgical instrument cleaners are more effective.

Each of the four medical enzymes used for medical instrument cleaners have specific functions. The four enzymes can remove all forms of surgical bioburden that contaminate surgical instruments scopes, and utensils. Medical instrument enzyme cleaners are proteins produced by living organisms that act as catalysts to speed up chemical reactions that would otherwise occur at a much slower rate. Medical enzyme detergent cleaners that delver a medical instrument lubricant clean residue free. Four medical enzyme detergent  instrument cleaners are more effective.The catalysts delivered with the enzyme cleaners help the surgical instrument cleaning process from a beginning to an end. The medical enzyme catalysts are not used up in the cleaning treatment and are available for multiple instrument cleaning treatments.

Surgical instrument cleaning enzymes fit their target bioburden substrates like a lock fits a key. The medical instrument enzyme active site targets specific surgical bioburden types being cleaned. If the enzyme substrate doesn't match the key (the type of bioburden), the medical instrument cleaning enzymes can't enter and no cleaning occurs. This makes the action of medical instrument cleaning enzymes highly specific for their substrates, types of bioburden. For this reason specific enzymes are needed for cleaning bioburden from surgical instruments. The four medical enzymes necessary for medical instrument cleaners to be effective. Those medical enzyme cleaners are: protease enzyme cleaners to break down proteins including blood, amylase enzyme cleaners to break down starch and catalyze the hydrolysis of starch, lipase enzyme cleaners to break down high level lipids, and  carbohydrase enzyme cleaners to break down high level starches.

Enzyme detergent cleaners that do not offer these four medical instrument enzyme cleaners cannot remove all forms of proteinaceous bioburden and will not be as effective for cleaning surgical instruments.

When bioburden has been emulsified, (during suction), the bioburden becomes more challenging to remove, particularly emulsified lipids and proteins. This requires highly concentrated protease and lipase enzymes for the medical enzyme surgical instrument cleaners to be effective. This is very important for intraocular eye surgical procedures and then for the eye surgical instrument cleaners required for effective cleaning.