Sterilization paper is a thin, porous paper that can be placed on the surface of an object to absorb moisture. It is used in many different industries, but it’s most commonly found in hospitals and nursing homes for hygiene purposes. It’s also very popular with people trying to quit smoking as it helps remove nicotine from their hands after they’ve been handling cigarettes or other tobacco products.
What should I know about this?
It can be used on various surfaces, including countertops and other objects that may come into contact with food. It is safe for use in hospitals because it’s treated to remove the risk of transferring infectious material from one surface to another.
Pearsall was first introduced as a hygienic product during World War I, but its popularity took off after WWII when it became common to keep hospital rooms sterile throughout operations that required lengthy periods under anesthesia. The presence of this Paper has been shown to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs), especially those associated with abdominal surgeries and respiratory tract infections such as pneumonia or bronchitis following surgery.
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