enzymatic cleaning

enzymatic cleaning

, enzymatic cleansing
Any method of disinfection that relies on biological catalysts to remove proteins or biofilms from an instrument to be used in the body, e.g., an endoscope, or a device that is placed on the body, e.g., a contact lens.
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Once again, there is a need for cleaning, rinsing, disinfecting, and weekly enzymatic cleaning. Use of a lens case, frequently identified as the most likely contact lens accessory to be contaminated, (24) is again required.
The enzymatic cleaning solutions help to break down organic materials such as blood and saliva.
Cleaners can be purchased individually or as part of one of the Enzymatic Cleaning Kits.
* The ability to thoroughly flush enzymatic cleaning solution through the channels to ensure that cleaning enzymes and detergents come in proper contact with all surfaces of the channel's interior.
Designed to quickly and effectively clean blood, tissue, and mucus, Midmark's General Purpose Cleaner, Tartar, and Stain Remover and Enzymatic Cleaning Solution are now available.