BioMERS (Canada)This page contains information on BioMERS for veterinary use.
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- BioMERS Indications
- Warnings and cautions for BioMERS
- Direction and dosage information for BioMERS
BioMERSThis treatment applies to the following species:
Surfactants 100% BIODEGRADABLE
Ethanol 70.5% w/w
Chlorhexidine Gluconate 0.20% w/w
READ LABEL BEFORE USING
ISO 13485 : 2003
Tuberculocidal < 60 seconds
Pseudomonacidal < 20 seconds
Fungicidal < 20 seconds
Hospital Instrument Immersion Bath Disinfectant
For non-critical medical devices - Full Strength Formulation - Ready to Use
Instructions For Use
BioMERS is a full-strength, ready to use Medical, Dental and Veterinary Instrument immersion disinfectant for non-critical devices.
BioMERS may be used in the operatory as a bath for rapid disinfection of stethoscopes, dappen dishes, prosthetics, X-ray holders.
Immerse instruments for ten minutes maximum.
BioMERS is safe to use with all quality plastics and metals including titanium, aluminium, stainless and carbide steel as it is non corrosive.
REPLACE BioMERS solution weekly or when the bath appears cloudy.
Keep bath covered.
Precaution: R11: Highly flammable. S2: Keep out of the reach of children. S9: Keep container in well-ventilated place. S16: Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking.
First Aid: If ingested, do not induce vomiting. Drink large quantities of milk or water. If splashed in eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.
Disposal: Domestic, recyclable
Micrylium PROFESSIONAL DISINFECTION
5000-M Dufferin Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3H 5T5
Micrylium is a proud supporter of WWF Canada
500 mL Bio PAK- Less Waste - Less Space
DOC # ART-MER-5L-01
NAC No.: 14240001
5000-M DUFFERIN STREET, TORONTO, ON, M3H 5T5
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