Surgical Soap is dedicated to bring together some of the best surgical soap and disinfectant products on the market all in one place.
We also look to be a great resource for Nurses, Doctors, Moms or anyone looking to keep wounds free of harmful bacteria or microbes with great information about products and uses as well as tips for application. Surgical soap is also keeping an eye out for new information regarding surgical scrubs, antiseptics and general antimicrobial cleanses with posts and videos.
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Beginnings of Surgical Soap
Since Man first walked this planet and tripped over a rock or any number of ways a Hunter/Gather could have been hurt, there has been a need to clean the wound. While the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and later Romans knew that if the wound was not addressed it was libel to get infected but they had no concept of microorganisms or something they couldn’t see for that mater, let alone that it would multiply within the wound and causing further injury and quite possibly death.
Dating from 1500 BC the Ebers Papyrus prescribes the use of honey, lint and animal grease suggesting these remedies were fairly well known already. Together these three made quite a good basis for the first antimicrobial surgical soap or disinfectant. The fiber worked to close the wound, the honey worked as an antibiotic and the animal grease to keep the wound from the clear of external pathogens. Together these three were your best best for recovery for decades.
It wasn’t until the 1800’s that the next real advances in wound care began to take root. Great scientists and microbiologists like Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch would prove the Germ Theory of Disease and need for surgical soaps and disinfectants.
We must thank many great men and woman over the decades, way too many to thank. But these people proved the need to sterilize and disinfect cuts and wounds and the need for Surgical Soaps and scrubs.