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Intravenous Port/Connector Disinfecting Tips

Definition : Tips designed to disinfect and provide mechanical protection to intravenous (IV) ports and needleless connectors (e.g., male luer connectors) in order to reduce the risk of infection. These devices typically consist of a sterilized sealed plastic threading cap containing a disinfectant such as isopropyl alcohol. The disinfectant is used as a passive scrub, and the tips stay on the port or connector to protect until the next use, typically up to seven days.

Entry Terms : "Intravenous Connector Disinfecting Tips" , "Intravenous Port Disinfecting Tips" , "IV Port Disinfecting Tips" , "Male Luer Disinfecting Tips"

UMDC code : 36785

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