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Product Name: Sklar Disinfectant
Catalog #: 10-1644
List price: $127.62
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Description: Cleans and Disinfects Inanimate Surfaces Glutaraldehyde                      Free.

Size: 2.5 Gallon Bottle.

Unit of Measure: Case of 2.

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Sklar Disinfectant 

3-Minute Ready-To-Use Disinfectant, Decontaminant & Cleaner   
For Medical, Dental, Ophthalmic and Surgical Equipment & Surfaces 
Bactericidal - Virucidal – Fungicidal – Tuberculocidal 

DESCRIPTION: Sklar Disinfectant is a  ready to use,   
highly effective cleaner and disinfectant for use in   
intensive care units and high-risk patient care    
areas, surgical suites, infant care units, plasma
phoresis facilities and other areas where strict   
environmental control of cross contamination is    

•  Sklar Disinfectant’s non-caustic formula is used to  
 thoroughly clean and disinfect dental, ophthalmic,   
 medical and surgical equipment surfaces such as   
operating room lights and tables, IV and chest pumps, E  
MS equipment, examination room fixtures, infant  
incubators, respiratory therapy and anesthesia   
 equipment, laboratory equipment and surfaces as well   
 as other contaminated items. 

•  Sklar Disinfectant may be applied directly to surfaces   
or used as an immersion solution. See Instructions For Use.

MICROBIOLOGY: Sklar Disinfectant completely   
kills infectious disease causing microorganisms   
within 3 minutes, including:

               Gram Positive and Negative Bacteria
               Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) 
               Staphylococcus aureus
               Psuedomonas aeruginosa 
                Salmonella chloreraesuis

               Hepatitus B Virus (HBV) 
               Hepatitus C Virus (HCV) 
               Influenza A/2 Hong Kong Virus 
               Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1) 
               Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2 
               Polio Virus

               Pathogenic Fungi
               Trichophyton mentagrophytes 
               QF 753.101653   Rev 01

• Broad Spectrum Ready-To-Use   

• Kills TB/Hepatitis B & C   
In 3 Minutes! 

SAFETY: Sklar Disinfectant is safe for use on inanimate 
surfaces including plastics, stainless steel, chrome, 
glass, Plexiglas   
 and baked-on painted surfaces. 
Sklar Disinfectant leaves no residue. 

•  Sklar Disinfectant meets OSHA blood-borne pathogen  
requirements for disinfection in healthcare facilities   
and is formulated following strict FDA Good   
Manufacturing Practices   
APPLICATIONS: When used according to label  
instructions, Sklar Disinfectant is a highly effective: 

•  Surface Disinfectant and Cleaner
•  Instrument Decontaminant Solution 
•  Ultrasonic Disinfection Cleaning Solution
Ordering Information Product No. Packaged   
24 oz. Bottles  10-1643  Case of 6   
One Gallon Bottles  10-1653  Case of 4 
2 ½ Gallon Bottle  10-1644  Each

Prevention of Environmental Cross-Contamination 
with Clostridium difficile bacteria   
using Sklar Disinfectant 

                                      Technical Bulletin 
                        Scientific and Technical Support Group 
                                     Sklar Instruments 
                                       November, 2003 

Clostridium difficile is an anaerobic, spore-forming, Gram-positive rod. Concerns relating to outbreaks and   
colonization with C. difficile have been reported from hospitals and long-term facilities for the past decade. Endemic   
infections due to C. difficile have identified that patient-to-patient transmission of this microorganism can occur via 
hands, contaminated patient-care equipment or environmental surfaces. 

Recommendations for Control and Prevention: 

• Facilities with endemic C. difficile should focus control efforts on          intensive care units and other areas where   
   the transmission rate is highest. Such units may serve as a reservoir of C. difficile enabling spread to other   
  units when patients are transferred.
• In facilities with ongoing C. difficile transmission, assess the adequacy and frequency of cleaning procedures   
 for disinfecting environmental surfaces such as bedrails, carts, doorknobs, faucet handles, toilet seats,   
 computer terminals, knobs of electronic equipment such patient-care monitors and bedside commodes and   
   ensure procedure compliance. Surviving C. difficile exposed to the air on surfaces for periods exceeding 4- 6   
   hours will form spores rendering them impossible to kill on environmental surfaces. Frequent cleaning and   
   disinfection will help to reduce transmission by killing C. difficile bacteria prior to its ability to form spores.   
 CDC guidelines recommend the use of an EPA registered disinfectant for cleaning against C.difficile. 

• If possible, dedicate the use of medical equipment and devices to a single patient or cohort. If such items are   
used between patients, clean and disinfect them thoroughly and frequently, at least every four (4) hours,   u  
sing Sklar Disinfectant solution as per its labeled instructions. 

Extensive environmental contamination with C.difficile has been noted in some studies. A recent laboratory study 
verified the ability of Sklar Disinfectant (EPA Registration Number 70144-1-31118) to kill C. difficile within 3 minutes   
at 20°C/69°F. by methods of the AOAC Germicidal Spray Test. 

Lozniewski, A, Rabaud, Dotto, E, et al. Laboratory diagnosis of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea and colitis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology,   
2001; 39 (5): 996-998 

Johnson, S, and Gerding, DN. Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 1998; 26 (5): 1027-1036 

Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Division of Epidemiology and Immunization, Clostridium difficile, Infection Control Guidelines for Long Term   
Care Facilities 2003 

McDonald, S, Clostridium difficile-Associated Diarrhea Facts. The Kinston General Hospital Infection Control Service, 2002 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDS’s Issue is Healthcare Settings, Gastrointestinal Infections, Control of Clostridium difficile-Associated 
Disease (CDAD) 2003

                            Summary of Studies Performed on 

                   Sklar ®   
Disinfectant / Cleaning Solution   
                                Registration No. 70144-1-31118 

 Meets blood-borne pathogen standard of the Occupational Safety and 
Health Administration (OSHA), US Department of Labor.  Produced 
under FDA Good Manufacturing Practices. 

                                               June 2009 

Sklar Disinfectant is the EPA approved brand name for a proprietary 
antimicrobial liquid chemical solution registered to Sklar Instruments Inc. 

Sklar Disinfectant’s unique formulation is produced through a combination of a number of solvents, sequestering agents, chelating agents, nonionic detergents and other ingredients acting in synergy with three distinct antimicrobial active agents. This formulation may be safely applied directly to surfaces as an effective decontaminant / disinfectant intended for the decontamination and disinfection of medical and surgical equipment, instruments and devic

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