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Iodine is a chemical often used by students. The main effect of iodophor on human organs is disinfection.
For example, before needle injection and intravenous injection, doctors and nurses will wipe the skin surface of patients with iodine, which can shorten the obvious disinfection effect and prevent the patient’s wound from being infected with surrounding bacteria.
But do people who are in pain worry about how much pain the iodine disinfection can produce?
Iodine is an amorphous combination of elemental iodine and polyvinylpyrrolidone (Povidone).
Polyvinylpyrrolidone is 9% soluble and dispersible?
12% iodine, at this time a purple-black liquid.
However, the concentration of medical iodophors (1% or less) is usually light brown.
Iodophor has a broad-spectrum bactericidal effect, which can kill bacterial propagules, fungi, protozoa and some viruses.
It is used as a bactericidal disinfectant in the medical field. It can be used to disinfect the skin and mucous membranes. It can also treat burns, treat trichomoniasis vaginitis, fungal vaginitis, and skin fungal infections.
It can also be used for disinfection before surgery and other skins, skin disinfection at various injection sites, instrument immersion disinfection and disinfection before vaginal surgery.
Features Application General trauma such as burns, frostbite, knife wounds, abrasions, contusions, etc. It is very effective to disinfect with iodine.
Due to iodophor and alcohol concentration, the irritation caused by iodophor is slightly painful, easy to be accepted by patients, and has a wide range of uses and improved results, basically replacing alcohol, red mercury, iodine, purple potion and other skin and mucous membrane disinfectants.
In addition, low-concentration iodophor is a light brown solution, which does not easily contaminate clothing.
Although iodophors are widely used in hospitals, non-medical personnel do not know as much about iodophors as traditional disinfectants such as red mercury, iodine wine, and purple potions.
How to use It is commonly used in medical iodine at a concentration of 1%, which can be directly rubbed for disinfection of skin; it can be used for stomatitis and mouthwash; 2% of iodine is used for disinfection of hands and other parts of skin during surgery; 0.
5% iodophor is used for vaginitis irrigation treatment.
Indications Iodine disinfectant is suitable for skin disinfection, surgical site disinfection and hand disinfection before surgery.