DuraPrep surgical solution contains two active ingredients, isopropyl alcohol (74% w/w) for fast kill and iodine povacrylex (0.7% available iodine) for persistence. Under simulated surgical conditions, DuraPrep surgical solution resisted removal by blood and saline compared to Betadine scrub and paint.
Also Know, what is DuraPrep solution used for? DuraPrep surgical solution keeps bacterial counts low for up to 24 hours and improves drape adhesion which is essential in reducing the risk of infection during high-risk surgeries, including cardiac, orthopedic and neurosurgery.
Secondly, how do you use DuraPrep?
When applying DuraPrep solution: DO NOT SCRUB. Paint a single, uniform application and do not reprep the area. Also, do not allow solution to pool. If pooling occurs during application, use the sponge applicator to absorb excess solution and continue to apply a uniform coating.
What skin prep is used in surgery?
Modern Surgical Skin Preparation. The most common skin preparation agents used today include products containing iodophors or chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG). Agents are further classified by whether they are aqueous or alcohol-based solutions (Table 1).