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SurgicalSoap.com is dedicated to bringing you the best surgical soap products on the market. We carry surgical soap hibiclens, surgical soap bars, antimicrobial surgical soap, wall mounted dispensers, surgical washes, antibacterial surgical scrub and much more. This site is dedicated to much more then that.
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Not only will surgical soap bring you some of the best products on the market but we'll be continually bringing you great articles and videos on the proper use of the products we carry. We will constantly be updating our tips and and information page with research and studies that will keep you on top of what is going on in the industry keeping your client and even your family safe.
We not only want to bring you the best products but we really want to bring you the proper uses of every thing we have on the site. We found this great video explaining the proper use of Betadine for soaking your foot.
If you have a cut on your foot or any one of the other reasons you would need to soak your foot in Betadine, watch this video and follow the instructions and you'll be good to go.
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We hope that you've found this video on the proper use of Betadine in a foot bath useful and please let us know if you have any questions about any of our products. If you need to use Betadine for a particular use please let us know so we can bring you a video or some other form instruction.
Here at Surgical Soap we like showing you the uses of our products. We also really like some refresher courses on some of surgical scrubs and surgical soaps. That's why when we came across this great refresher video we thought we would bring it to you.
This video goes over proper surgical hand scrubbing including using the scrubbing brush, pick and even goes into proper washing time with and without water. Check out this great surgical soap and hand scrubbing video.
Surgical Hand Scrub Learning Module
We love a refresher course and we love being up to date with the latest methods of using surgical soap or surgical scrub and the proper surgical hand scrubbing techniques. Now if you are looking for some of the product you see being used on the video check out this great Foot Operated Surgical Soap Dispenser. I know what you're saying, they used a hands free arm operated surgical soap dispenser on the video but we really like this dispenser. Also check out our Hibiclens Products, Betadine Products and our top Antibiotics and top Antiseptics.
Surgical Soap wants to share this great instructional guide for the proper use of Hibiclens bathing and antibiotic ointment. It is by the amazing people at the Seattle Children’s Hospital who are one of the most trusted people in the industry. Surgical Soap loves this PDF because it not only has why you are using the Hibiclens if you or your child is going into the hospital it has a great checklist so you can print it out and post it in your bathroom or just keep it to keep track.
Below is the section about using Hibiclens in the bath or shower, be sure to follow the link below to get the entire document.
Bathing or showering steps
Hibiclens is a brand name for a soap called chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG). Do not use Hibiclens if your child is allergic to it. If you misplace your packet, you can get Hibiclens soap at most large pharmacies.
Please follow these instructions for cleaning your child’s skin using Hibiclens:
1. In the shower or tub, wash the body with regular soap and water first. Wash the hair as usual with your normal shampoo.
2. Rinse the hair and body thoroughly to remove soap and shampoo residue.
3. Apply the Hibiclens soap to your child’s entire body only from the neck down. Do not use Hibiclens near the eyes or ears to avoid permanent injury to those areas.
4. Turn water off to prevent rinsing off soap too soon. Wash the body gently for five minutes. Do not scrub the skin too hard. Wash thoroughly with the Hibiclens, paying special attention to the area where the surgery or procedure will be done. Do not wash with regular soap after the Hibiclens is used.
5. Turn the water back on and rinse the body thoroughly.
6. Pat your child dry with a clean, soft towel.
7. Do not put lotions, powders or oils on your child’s skin after bathing.
If you’re looking to buy Hibiclens be sure to check out our featured page and we have some great surgical scrub as well.
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Featured Surgical Soap Dispenser Foot operated pneumatic surgical soap pump mechanism.-Free turning spout is type 316 stainless steel.-Dispenses surgical soaps, antiseptic solutions and synthetic detergents.-Capacity: 32 fluid ounces. Dimensions: -96'' long vinyl tubing attaches to anti-slip foot pump.-Weight: 2 lbs.-Overall Size: 4 ½'' W x 11 ½'' H x 9'' D.