Q: How can I remove a radioactive lutetium drug residue? A: Lu 177 (lutetium) and other radioactive metal drug residues can be tough to remove. We recommend warm or hot 2-3% dilution of Citranox® Liquid Acid Cleaner and Detergent (20 - 30mL/L) followed by a thorough water rinse to clean steel, plastic and other hard surfaces to decontaminate radioactivity. The acids and … [Read more...] about How can I remove a radioactive lutetium drug residue?
Learn the proper way to make a 1% detergent solution by following these four simple steps. To make a 2% detergent solution, simply double up the amount! Alconox Inc. aqueous detergents are sold in concentrate. To use, dilute according to package instructions. Most Alconox Inc. products require only a 1-2% dilution for optimal use. For further detail on how to make a 1% … [Read more...] about How to Make a 1% Solution
Did you know? If It’s Not Clean, You Can’t Sterilize (or Disinfect). This is applicable for healthcare, biotech, medical device, pharma, foodservice, food processing, laboratory, tattoo and many many other industries. Why must instruments (be they dental, medical, clinical, etc.) be cleaned before being sterilized? According to the CDC, “Cleaning should precede all … [Read more...] about Clean Before Sterilization (Disinfection)
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Q: Many of your Tergazyme related TechNotes and recommendations include warm temperatures. Warm temperatures can still denature some hormones and proteins thus causing cleaning problems. I would probably start with a cool (room temp or cooler) rinse (water). Then move to the 1-2% cleaning solution in warmer temperatures. Agreed? A: Thanks for reaching … [Read more...] about Advanced Cleaning Mechanisms: Cold or Warm for Proteins?