Site-Scrub* IPA Device

Site-Scrub* IPA Device

Site-Scrub* IPA Device image
  • Site-Scrub* IPA Device is intended for use on injection ports and female Luer hubs as a disinfecting cleaner.
  • Site-Scrub* IPA device is designed to disinfect through a patent-pending friction scrub design.

FRICTION. SPEED. EFFICACY


Warning: Do not use on devices that access the nervous system.
Warning: Do not leave the Site-Scrub* IPA Device on a needleless injection cap or female Luer hub after disinfecting.

Features


Following a 10 second friction scrub and 5 second dry on a needleless injection cap, Site-Scrub* IPA Device provided a similar Log reduction on 4 of the 6 microbes tested as compared to disinfecting with the SwabCap* disinfecting cap for a minimum 5 minutes.1



FRICTION. SPEED. EFFICACY



The Site-Scrub* IPA Device is intended for use on injection ports and female Luer hubs as a disinfecting cleaner.

1 Internal data on file.

The Universal Cleaning Device for All IV Access Sites

Sterile Device

Not For Intrathecal Use.

Please consult product labels, IFU and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions and instructions for use.

Friction

Did You Scrub the Hubs?

Site-Scrub* IPA Device helps you comply with the CDC Guidelines and INS Standards of Practice that recommend the use of a friction scrub to disinfect catheter hubs.

Friction Scrub
Utilizes a Twist and Scrub motion


  1. Twist the Site-Scrub* IPA Device back and forth 8 times for 10 seconds.
  2. Remove the Site-Scrub* IPA Device and discard as per facility protocol.
  3. Allow hub to dry for a minimum of 5 seconds.
Site Scrub Steps

Warning: Do not leave the Site-Scrub* IPA Device on a needleless cap or female Luer hub after disinfecting.





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CDC 2011 Guidelines

"Minimize contamination risk by scrubbing the access port with an appropriate antiseptic (chlorhexidine, povidone iodine, an iodophor, or 70% alcohol) and accessing the port only with sterile devices."
- 2011 CDC Guidelines, Category IA

What is a Category 1A?
Per CDC: Category 1A: Strongly recommended for implementation and supported by well-designed experimental, clinical, or epidemiologic studies.

INS SOP 2011

"The nurse should disinfect the ports of the add-on device using friction, with an appropriate disinfectant such as 70% alcohol before accessing. Specific guidelines directing the appropriate technique, disinfectant, or amount of time required to clean devices prior to access are unresolved."
- Journal of Infusion Nursing. Volume 34, Number 1S, p. S31, 2011
Practice Criteria.

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Not For Intrathecal Use.

Please consult product labels, IFU and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions and instructions for use.

Speed

The results of in vitro antimicrobial efficacy showed that Site-Scrub* IPA device is effective for significantly reducing on average
≥99.999% microbial load of the following organisms in 15 seconds: Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Staphylococcus epidermidis (MRSE), Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, Candida parapsilosis, Candida albicans.1

Following a 10 second friction scrub and 5 second dry on a needleless injection cap, Site-Scrub* IPA Device provided a similar Log reduction on 4 of the 6 microbes tested as compared to disinfecting with the SwabCap* disinfecting cap for a minimum 5 minutes. 1

Scrub and Go!

Patent-pending foam "fingers" design with
70% isopropyl alcohol indicated for 8x
back-and-forth scrub over 10-seconds,
5-second dry.


1 Internal data on file.

Not For Intrathecal Use.

Please consult product labels, IFU and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions and instructions for use.

Efficacy

The results of in vitro antimicrobial efficacy testing showed that Site-Scrub* IPA device is effective for significantly reducing on average ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) microbial load of the following microbes, which are known to be associated with catheter line-associated blood stream infections (CLABSI):1

Microbs

Note: Clinical studies of the Site-Scrub* IPA Device to evaluate reduction in infection have not been performed.

See the Difference

Disinfection of female Luer hubs using an alcohol wipe and Site-Scrub* IPA Device

The Site-Scrub* IPA device was tested at an independent testing laboratory versus an alcohol prep pad in an in vitro antimicrobial efficacy assay for disinfecting female Luer hubs. The Site-Scrub* IPA device reduced on average ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) of the viable microbes tested from the female Luer surfaces, compared to only 28% (0.14 Log10) on average reduced by the IPA wipe.1

Site-Scrub* IPA device vs. IPA wipe
Female Luer Hub

Using the Site-Scrub* IPA device on female Luers resulted in a statistically significant reduction in microbial load compared to the IPA wipe2 (p< 0.001).1

Site-Scrub* IPA Device provided a ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) reduction on average. The IPA wipe reduced the microbial population on Luers by an average of 28% (0.14 Log10).1

Disinfection of female Luer hub

2When compared to the untreated controls, the IPA wipe reduced the microbial population on Luers by an average of 28% (0.14 Log10), compared to Site-Scrub* IPA Device which reduced the population by greater than ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10). The Site-Scrub* was statistically better than the IPA wipe (p<= 0.001).


Disinfection of a needleless injection cap using an alcohol wipe vs. Site-Scrub* IPA Device

Site-Scrub* IPA device vs. IPA wipe
Injection Cap

Disinfection of an injection cap

Site-Scrub* IPA device reduced the microbial population on needleless injection caps by an average of ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) compared to the untreated control.1

Site-Scrub* IPA Device demonstrated less variability than an alcohol wipe in achieving a ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) reduction on average across all microbes tested.1


See the Difference

Disinfection of a needleless injection cap using a SwabCap* and Site-Scrub* IPA Device

The Site-Scrub* IPA device was tested at an independent testing laboratory versus the SwabCap* disinfection cap in an in vitro antimicrobial efficacy assay for disinfecting needleless injection caps. The Site-Scrub* IPA device achieved a ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) reduction on average of the microbes tested on the injection cap surfaces.

Site-Scrub* IPA device vs. SwabCap*
Injection Cap

Site-Scrub* IPA device reduced the microbial population on needleless injection caps by an average of ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) compared to the untreated control.

Site-Scrub* IPA Device demonstrated less variability than the SwabCap* disinfection cap in achieving a ≥99.999% (≥5 Log10) reduction on average across all microbes tested.

Following a 10 second friction scrub and 5 second dry on a needleless injection cap, Site-Scrub* IPA Device provided a similar Log reduction on 4 of the 6 microbes tested as compared to disinfecting with the SwabCap* disinfecting cap for a minimum 5 minutes.1

Disinfection of female Luer hub
1 Internal data on file.

Not For Intrathecal Use.

Please consult product labels, IFU and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions and instructions for use.

Dispenser Options

SiteScrub* 25 IV Pole Mount

Bard has simplified hub disinfection by offering convenient, multi-option dispensers designed to drive consistent disinfection of catheter hubs.

Site-Scrub* IPA Device is now available in convenient, easy-to-use dispensers. Dispensing options include a disposable IV-Pole mount that contains 25 Site-Scrub* IPA Devices and clamps onto the IV Pole, and a box of 100 Site-Scrub* IPA Devices that fits on a cart.


25 QUANTITY BOX

Compact design maximizes space

Convenient location helps facilitate
hub cleaning

Sturdy clamp secures dispenser to
IV pole

Can be placed in patient rooms

Product code (3882025)

SiteScrub* 100 IV Pole Mount

100 QUANTITY BOX

Easily fits on a supply cart

Can be placed in common areas
and Med Supply rooms

Product code (3882100)

Site-Scrub* IPA Device - Ordering Information

Description Product Code Units Package
25-count IV Pole Mount 3882025 25 units Case of 40
Box of 100 Units 3882100 100 units Case of 5


Resources

Please refer to the below-listed Instructions for Use (IFUs) for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings and cautions.

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