Parker labs has a new product call Protex which is non alcohol for disinfecting probes

I saw it at the aium and people seemed to be real interested in it.

 

Morris Asch

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Transceptic does have alcohol and it is not on the list of approved cleaning devices for probes.  T spray is; however you have to leave it on for 10 minutes in order for it to disinfect L


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I believe Transceptic has Isppropyl Alcohol in it and that will damage a lot of probes. A lot of departments use T-Spray instead since it doesn't have alcohol in it.



Cheryl Vance, MA, RT, RDMS, RVT
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Hello Everyone
 
I was just wondering if anyone knows about the cleaning solution made my Parker call Transceptic.  Is the solution that is not any good?  We have been using this for the last couple of years and I have noticed that our probes have had some nicks in them.  Just trying to figure things out.  Thanks for the input


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