Skin Preparation

ChloraPrep® Patient Preoperative Skin Preparation Product Line

The 2% chlorhexidine gluconate and 70% isopropyl alcohol formulation provides rapid-acting and persistent antiseptic activity against a broad spectrum of microorganisms.1

ChloraPrep applicators promote gentle friction scrub to help the solution penetrate the first five layers of the stratum corneum, where 80% of microorganisms reside.2 The patented ChloraPrep applicator promotes aseptic technique and reduces the risk of direct hand-to-patient contact, reducing the risk of cross-contamination.3

ChloraPrep® Sepp® 0.67 mL applicator

ChloraPrep® Sepp® 0.67 mL applicator

The patented design enables you to easily activate the applicator, which flows solution into the sponge tip for you to gently apply.
 
ChloraPrep® 1 mL Applicator

ChloraPrep® 1 mL applicator

With its unique delivery system, the 1 mL applicator is easy to use and can help promote aseptic techniques and best practices.
 
ChloraPrep® brand Frepp® 1.5 mL Applicator

ChloraPrep® brand Frepp® 1.5 mL applicator

The patented wing design provides more coverage and control over the antimicrobial skin cleanser while reducing risk of cross-contamination.
 
ChloraPrep® swabstick

ChloraPrep® swabstick

This swabstick prepares patient skin for surgery—just tear open the pouch, twist and remove the swabstick, and apply the foam tip to the patient.
 
ChloraPrep 3 mL applicator

ChloraPrep® 3 mL Applicator

3 mL catalog numbers:
Hi-Lite Orange® Tint: 260415
Clear: 260400
 
ChloraPrep 10.5 mL applicator

ChloraPrep® 10.5mL Applicator

10.5 mL catalog numbers:
Hi-Lite Orange® Scrub Teal Tint: 260725
Clear: 260700
 
ChloraPrep 26 mL applicator

ChloraPrep® 26mL Applicator

26 mL catalog number:
Hi-Lite Orange® Tint Scrub Teal Clear: 260800
 

  1. 1 Denton, Graham. "Chlorhexidine." In: Block, S., editor. Disinfection, Sterilization and Preservation, 5th Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001, 321–336.
  2. 2 Brown E, Wenzel RP, Hendley JO. Exploration of the microbial anatomy of normal human skin by using plasmid profiles of coagulase-negative staphylococci: search for the reservoir pf resident skin flora. J Infect Dis. 1989;160(4):644-650.
  3. 3 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guideline for Isolation Precautions: Preventing Transmission of Infectious Agents in Healthcare Settings 2007. Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/gl_isolation.html Accessed March 2010.