« Back to Previous Page
0
0

[google-translator]

Marked as spam
Posted by Biswanathshaw (India) (Questions: 3, Answers: 1)
Asked on December 28, 2016 12:53 pm
320 views
0
Private answer

Enzymatic cleaners can be good at removing biofilm only if their enzymatic cocktail has been specifically optimized for this purpose.

You may know that the matrix of biofilm varies a lot according to microbial species or even strains. Therefore, it is key to find the right combination of enzymes and the ideal concentration for each of them. A cellulase alone is not likely to do 100 % of the job.

At OneLIFE, we have developed a specific range of detergents for surgical instruments and endoscopes capable of removing biofilms formed by many human pathogens (including Staph aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis). We tested our formulations against 10 other commercially available cleaners and found out that we had the highest biofilm removal rate in standard cleaning conditions. Our chemistry also proved efficient to eradicate biofilm from microbiologically contaminated endoscopes (in conjuction with adapted disinfection with peracetic acid).

Feel free to get in touch if you wish more information about our products (e-mail me at t.vanzieleghem@onelife-bf.com),

Regards,

Marked as spam
Posted by thomasvanzieleghem (Belgium) (Questions: 0, Answers: 1)
Answered on February 17, 2017 12:36 pm
« Back to Previous Page

About the Removal of Bioflim of the Instruments

« Back to Previous Page
0
0

What is the best composition of enzymatic cleaner that can remove biofilm from the instruments?
Can cellucase remove bioflim?

Marked as spam
Posted by Biswanathshaw (India) (Questions: 3, Answers: 1)
Asked on December 28, 2016 12:53 pm
320 views
0
Private answer

Enzymatic cleaners can be good at removing biofilm only if their enzymatic cocktail has been specifically optimized for this purpose.

You may know that the matrix of biofilm varies a lot according to microbial species or even strains. Therefore, it is key to find the right combination of enzymes and the ideal concentration for each of them. A cellulase alone is not likely to do 100 % of the job.

At OneLIFE, we have developed a specific range of detergents for surgical instruments and endoscopes capable of removing biofilms formed by many human pathogens (including Staph aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis). We tested our formulations against 10 other commercially available cleaners and found out that we had the highest biofilm removal rate in standard cleaning conditions. Our chemistry also proved efficient to eradicate biofilm from microbiologically contaminated endoscopes (in conjuction with adapted disinfection with peracetic acid).

Feel free to get in touch if you wish more information about our products (e-mail me at t.vanzieleghem@onelife-bf.com),

Regards,

Marked as spam
Posted by thomasvanzieleghem (Belgium) (Questions: 0, Answers: 1)
Answered on February 17, 2017 12:36 pm
« Back to Previous Page