When purchasing and using gauze rolls, pay attention to the following items:
1. First, look at the packaging label and product manual of the finished gauze roll. There are generally two ways for the finished product, one is a non-sterile method, and the other is an aseptic method. It is required that the gauze roll product specification or finished product packaging should indicate whether it is produced in a sterile or non-sterile manner.
2. Medical gauze rolls packaged in an aseptic manner can be used directly, while gauze rolls packaged in a non-sterile manner must be sterilized by methods such as high temperature and high pressure steam or ethylene oxide before use.
3. For medical gauze rolls packaged in an aseptic manner, the sterilization expiration date, the date of manufacture or production batch number, the instruction or label for the prohibition of damage to the package, the instruction for one-time use or the label for prohibiting re-use must be stated in the packaging label. If the package is found to be damaged or the expiration date has expired, it will no longer be purchased or used.
4. Buying medical gauze rolls depends on the appearance of the product. The product should be soft, odorless, tasteless, pure white in color, free of other fibers and processed materials, and should not display strong blue fluorescence under ultraviolet light.
The above are some precautions for the purchase and use of gauze rolls. You can find out if you have any questions or needs, you can consult us at any time.
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