VERSOL Sterile Water 500 ml: A Safe and Effective Solution for Wound Irrigation
- VERSOL Sterile Water is a sterile solution used for wound irrigation and cleansing.
- It is non-pyrogenic and contains no antimicrobial or bacteriostatic agents or added buffers.
- The solution is often used for wound hydration, to remove deeper debris, and to assist with visual examination.
What is VERSOL Sterile Water, and how is it used?
- Sterile Water is a prescribed medicine employed to act as an Irrigant. Sterile Water can be used by itself or in combination with other drugs.
- Sterile Water belongs to a group of medicines known as Sterile Irrigating Solutions.
- It isn’t known whether Sterile Water is safe and effective for children.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:
- Not for injection.
- Please only use it if a solution is clear, the container is undamaged, and the seal is intact.
- Sterile single-use device.
- The contents of an opened bottle should be used promptly to minimize microbial risk.
- Discard any unused solution.
- There is a risk of contamination if the solution is re-used.
- After use, discard the container and any new solution according to local waste disposal.
1. Is VERSOL Sterile Water 500 ml the same as distilled water?
Ans- Sterile water is organically free but isn’t wholly free of inorganic chemicals. A few methods sterilize distilled water, but it removes organic and inorganic pollutants. So, distilled water provides uncontaminated water.
2. Is sterile water just boiled water?
Ans- Sterile water is typically heated to eliminate any living thing that is within the water. However, it has a variety of other elements within it. Distilled water is produced to bring you the closest to 100% pure H2O you can get with no chemicals, bacteria or impurities.
3. How do I make sterile water?
Ans- Boil the water for a minimum of 20 minutes. The temperature in the cooker must be maintained at 121° Celsius (or 250°F) during the boiling time. Once that is done, the water has been sterile. It is prepared!
4. Is bottled water sterile water?
Ans- Bacteria can be found in the majority of bottles of water sold for drinking reasons. The disinfection process is typically used for water bottles to remove harmful microorganisms; however, this is not meant to cleanse the water. Sterile water, such as contact lens solutions, is usually reserved for pharmaceutical purposes.
5. When should VERSOL Sterile Water be used?
Ans- It is designed to serve as an irrigation fluid. It is not intended for intravenous administration or administration via other routes for parenteral administration (e.g., subcutaneous or intramuscular) (see Warnings and Precautions for more information]. Sterile Water for Irrigation is not potable or intended for oral administration.
6. What happens if I drink sterile water?
Ans- Due to the hypotonicity, absorption of Sterile Water for Irrigation can result in severe adverse reactions of hyponatremia, hyperosmolality and fluid overload, resulting in a fatality or permanent morbidity.
7. Is purified water sterile water?
Ans- Sterile water is free of organic substances but not wholly free of inorganic chemicals. Distilled water undergoes some sterilization methods, but it removes organic and inorganic contaminants from the water. Therefore, distilled water is an uncontaminated water.
8. How sterile is tap water?
Ans- Infection rates did not differ between groups: seven in each (2.8% v 2.9%). Bottom line Tap water is as good as a sterile saline solution to irrigate superficial lacerations before repair.
9. How long is VERSOL Sterile Water good for?
Ans- Single-use containers should be labeled with the date and time of first entry and discarded after an in-use time of six hours if kept within an ISO 5 environment.
10. Are there different types of sterile water?
Ans- USP sterile water for injection, LUSP clean water for inhalation, USP bacteriostatic water for injection, USP sterile water for irrigation.