Designed to break the chain of infection

THE INVENTORS OF PURELL™ have expanded their portfolio and are excited to be bringing to the UK healthcare market a new range of products designed to help prevent the transfer of infection at multiple touch points such as bed areas, meal trays and medical equipment.

The new wipes are for skin and body cleansing, including continence care, hand and surface sanitising and medical device disinfection. The four separate products which are manufactured under pharmaceutical control, include:

  • PURELL® Skin Cleansing wipes – enriched with moisturising aloe vera and softening argan oil, are gentle on the skin and designed for frequent use, perfect for both healthcare workers and patients to clean hands, faces and maintain healthy skin
  • PURELL® Body Cleansing wipes – designed to maintain the patients’ personal hygiene, primarily for continence care. These alcohol free wipes have been gynaecologically and dermatologically tested and leave the skin feeling soft and refreshed
  • PURELL® Hand & Surface Sanitising wipes – a multi-purpose disinfecting wipe designed for use on surfaces, class I medical devices and safe for regular use on hands
  • LPK Medical Device Disinfecting wipes – contain a broad spectrum antimicrobial which is approved for use on Class I and Class IIa (non-invasive) medical devices without rough surfaces.

Mike Sullivan, Managing Director of GOJO Industries-Europe Ltd said: “GOJO continues to be at the forefront of research to develop products that deliver results and break the chain of infection. Saving lives and making life better through well-being solutions is the GOJO purpose and it drives innovation in hand hygiene, skin care and surface disinfection.”

For more information, call +44 (0)1908 588444, email [email protected] or visit www.gojo.com  

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