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Dynarex Alcohol Prep Pads

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Medium ,sterile

SKU 1113
$27.73 200/Pack, 10Pk/Case

Medium, 1.1" x 2.69" Sterile

SKU 1114
$46.01 100/Pack, 20Pk/Case

Large, 1-2/5" X 3.5" Sterile

SKU 1116
$46.23 100/Pack, 10Pk/Case
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Dynarex Sterile Alcohol Prep Pads are high-quality, one-time-use absorbent pads. The Wound Prep Pads are 1-ply nonwoven wipes that provide antibacterial action quickly. For scrubbing and cleansing, premium pad material provides maximum absorbency. Prior to injection or venipuncture, a 70% isopropyl alcohol solution is used to disinfect the area. To prevent dryness, they are sealed in sterile airtight pouches and are not made with natural rubber latex.

Why choose Sterile Alcohol Prep Pads?

  • 1-ply non woven wipes
  • Maximum absorbency
  • Sterile
  • Latex-free
  • Provides rapid-acting skin antisepsis


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Dynarex Alcohol Prep Pads Features

  • Sterile alcohol prep pads saturated with 70% isopropyl alcohol
  • Soft and absorbent, non-woven pad
  • Sealed in sterile pouches
  • Gamma Sterilized
  • Manufactured according to current FDA regulations, GMP, and USP requirements

What to buy with Dynarex 1114 Sterile Alcohol Pads

Dynarex Prep Pads FAQs

1. What do you use Alcohol Prep Pads for?

Alcohol pads and antiseptic towelettes are used by health care professionals and patients for preparation of the skin prior to injection, as well as in first aid to decrease germs in minor cuts, scrapes and burns

2. What kind of alcohol is in prep pads?

70% Isopropyl Alcohol

3. What kind of alcohol is in prep pads?

70% Isopropyl Alcohol

4. How long do Alcohol Prep Pads last?

Alcohol Prep Pads are sterile. There is no expiration date on this item.

5. Can you use Alcohol Prep Pads to clean wounds?

Using hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol to clean an injury can actually harm the tissue and delay healing. The best way to clean a minor wound is with cool running water and mild soap

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