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Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution - 3% (10 volume)

Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution is a versatile product for use in the dental field, where oxidation and sanitization is necessary.

maxill 3% hydrogen peroxide can be easily diluted with water to create a 1% hydrogen peroxide pre-procedural rinse. Economical and efficient for PPR compliance.

NPN 80076884

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2L jug of maxill hydrogen peroxide 3% solution
Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution - 3% (10 volume) - 2 L Jug Item 60079 2 L per jug
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4.5L jug of maxill 3% hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution - 3% (10 volume) - 4.5 L Jug Item 60080 4.5 L per jug
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Safety Data Sheets

Minimizing aerosols has always been part of a dental office's infection prevention and control program. This includes pre-procedural rinsing (PPR), the use of a dental dam and high volume (HV) suction. The notion of a PPR is not new to dentistry and prior to COVID-19 dental professionals could make their own product selection.

The PPR product must be hydrogen peroxide at a 1% concentration. The COVID-19 virus has a lipid layer as its outer shell and is highly vulnerable to the oxidizing impact of hydrogen peroxide.

Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario: www.rcdso.org/en-ca/rcdso-members/2019-novel-coronavirus/covid-19---guidance-on-emergency-and-urgent-care-"

American Dental Association: www.ada.org/en/publications/ada-news/2020-archive/march/ada-adds-frequently-asked-questions-from-dentists-to-coronavirus-resources

Centre for Disease Control: www.cdc.gov/oralhealth/infectioncontrol/statement-COVID.html