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Technicare Alert--now what??

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staceyp413 has 22 years experience and specializes in OR RN Circulator, Scrub; Management.

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fracturenurse has 19 years experience and specializes in 2 years school nurse, 15 in the OR!.

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We pulled ours off the shelf today.

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MereSanity specializes in Operating room..

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So does anyone have a name of another product yet? I would really appreciate some ideas!

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Rose_Queen is a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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We just started using castille soap- no germacidal properties, but it's the only replacement we were able to find. Hopefully Techni-Care will be back soon. Apparently there's nothing wrong with the actual product, it's a process that doesn't conform to FDA standards or something, so maybe it'll get resolved in the near future.

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gleek67 has 18 years experience and specializes in Bunches.

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We pulled TC out of all our OR rooms yesterday. We've been instructed to use a 50/50 mix of 4.0% chlorahexidine and sterile water for burns and mucous membranes. For everything else that we used TC on we switched to ChloraPrep applicators (which is chlorahexidine and alcohol).

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