What Are The Raw Materials For Medical And Sanitary Products?
1) Wound damage: various burns, scalds, ulcers, bedsores, wound dressings, biological fluid dressing films, wound repair films, bone healing films, silicone gel, collagen sponges, scar films, scar patches, hot and cold plasters, etc.;
2) Functional dressings: liquid dressings, chitosan, chitin, infusion membranes, obstetric umbilical cords, biological hemostatic membranes, etc.;
3) Biomaterials: biodegradable materials, interventional materials, drug-loaded materials, drug sustained-release preparations, etc.;
4) Surgical supplies: PVC medical gloves, surgical kits, delivery kits, surgical gowns (caps), surgical films/pad sheets/hole drapes, etc.;
5) Adhesive materials: medical adhesive plaster, breathable tape, medical non-sensitive tape/paper-based tape, anti-adhesion washing liquid for surgery;
6) Wound protection materials: medical cotton balls , cotton swabs, bandages, band-aids, first aid kits, absorbent cotton, absorbent gauze, gauze pads;
7) Medical textiles: medical sheets, quilts, protective clothing, protective masks, isolation gowns, tablecloths, bibs, aprons, curtains, etc.;
8) Medical nonwoven fabrics
: various medical (spunlace, hot-bonded, spunbond, elastic, plain, burlap, absorbent cotton) non-woven fabrics, hydrophilic non-woven fabrics, SMS non-woven fabrics, melt-blown nonwoven fabrics
, coil, sheet and post-processing non-woven products;
9) Dressing machinery: Wet tissue packaging machine, medical band-aid machine, infusion paste machine, slicing machine, rewinding machine, ultrasonic mask machine, medical gauze folding machine, cotton wrapping machine, mattress machine and other processing equipment.
1. Look at the packaging label and product manual of the finished product: There are generally two ways for the finished product, one is non-sterile and the other is sterile. It is required to state on the product manual or the finished product package whether it leaves the factory in a sterile or non-sterile way.
2. The medical gauze packaged in a sterile way can be used directly, while the gauze packaged in a non-sterile way must be sterilized by high temperature and high pressure steam or ethylene oxide before use.
3. For medical gauze packaged in a sterile way, the packaging label must indicate the validity period of sterilization, the date of manufacture or the production batch number, the instructions or labels for the prohibition of package damage, the one-time use instructions or the prohibition of re-use labels. If the packaging is found to be damaged or the expiry date has expired, do not purchase or use it any more.