Hand sanitizer, also called hand antiseptic, handrub, or hand rub, agent applied to the hands for the purpose of removing common pathogens (disease-causing organisms). Hand sanitizers typically come in foam, gel, or liquid form. Their use is recommended when soap and water are not available for hand washing or when repeated hand washing compromises the natural skin barrier (e.g., causing scaling or fissures to develop in the skin). Although the effectiveness of hand sanitizer is variable, it is employed as a simple means of infection control in a wide variety of settings, from day-care centers and schools to hospitals and health care clinics and from supermarkets to cruise ships.
- 100ml: INR 50
- 200ml: INR 100
- 500ml: INR 250
- 5LTR: INR 2500
Infection prevention and control measures include, among other measures: hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, and waste management materials. The Protective equipment consists of garments placed to protect the health care workers or any other persons to get infected. These usually consist of standard precautions: gloves, mask, gown. If it is blood or airborne high infections, it will include: Face protection, goggles, and mask or face shield, gloves, gown or coverall, head cover, rubber boots.