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Henan Yeesain Health Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional manufacturer and excels in producing disposable hygiene products. It owns many brands such as “Deyo” “Yeesain”. Based on the long-term understanding of marketing requirements, we also sell on JD.com, Tmall, Taobao, PDD, Amazon, etc. 2018 Sales Amount of baby Wipes was 8.5 Million dollars on Alibaba Taobao platform, Sales Amount of Underpad 5.4 Million dollars. Total annual sales of more than 40 million dollars. we have 5 advanced hygiene care series production lines and a production capacity of more than 4 million pieces per day. It mainly produces baby care products, medical underpads series, an incontinence pad, maternity series. The company strictly implements the international quality standards, has obtained ISO9001 & CE certificates.

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Founded in 2005, we have been involved in the design, manufacture, and sale of wet wipes, diapers, under pads, and nursing pads for 16 years. We have quite skilled staff and advanced equipment to make sure the excellent quality and fast delivery of our products
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With more than 30 production lines, excellent R&D capacity, and great management system, Yeesain Health Technology has highly strong production capacity to provide various disposable sanitary products to meet your needs
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Through extremely strict quality control system, sophisticated production and inspection machines, and professional engineers, all of these ensure the high quality and good performance of our products
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HS324 Disinfection of Tissue- Culture Waste Guideline
HS324 Disinfection of Tissue- Culture Waste Guideline

HS324 Disinfection of Tissue-Culture Waste Guideline, Page 1 of 7 Version: 1.3 – Effective 5 August 2015 HS324 ,Disinfection, of ,Tissue,- ... the amount of organic ,material, in the ,tissue,-culture waste needs to be considered and the concentration of chlorine increased accordingly to ensure

Environmental Cleaning Guidelines for Healthcare Settings ...
Environmental Cleaning Guidelines for Healthcare Settings ...

Disinfection,: The inactivation of disease-producing microorganisms. ,Disinfection, does not destroy bacterial spores. Medical equipment/devices must be cleaned thoroughly before effective ,disinfection, can take place. See also, Disinfectant. Detergents: remove organic ,material, and suspend grease or oil. HAI: healthcare associated infection

Cell Culture Fundamentals: Safety Aspects of Cell Culture ...
Cell Culture Fundamentals: Safety Aspects of Cell Culture ...

Should be used at 1000ppm for general use surface ,disinfection,, 2500ppm in discard waste pots for disinfecting pipettes, and 10,000ppm for ,tissue, culture waste and spillages; Note: When fumigating a cabinet or room using formaldehyde, all the hypochlorites must first be removed as the two chemicals react together to produce carcinogenic products.

Injectable Antimicrobial Conductive Hydrogels for Wound ...
Injectable Antimicrobial Conductive Hydrogels for Wound ...

As the abuse of antibiotics continues to increase, the emergence of antibiotic resistance and unknown drug-resistant bacterial infections pose a great threat on people worldwide. In this work, we aimed to develop a series of ,injectable antimicrobial conductive hydrogels, based on glycidyl methacrylate functionalized quaternized chitosan (QCSG), gelatin methacrylate (GM), and graphene oxide (GO ...

Glossary | Disinfection & Sterilization Guidelines ...
Glossary | Disinfection & Sterilization Guidelines ...

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Ultrasound Cleaning & Disinfection Guidelines - EDM ...
Ultrasound Cleaning & Disinfection Guidelines - EDM ...

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Root Canals - Procedure Risks Disinfection Materials ...
Root Canals - Procedure Risks Disinfection Materials ...

Root Canals – Procedure, Risks, Disinfection, Materials, Posted on February 28, 2011 by Admin Root canal treatment is carried out on a tooth which has a dead nerve, an abscess of the roots, or a painful and irreversible inflammation of the nerve.

Root Canals - Procedure Risks Disinfection Materials ...
Root Canals - Procedure Risks Disinfection Materials ...

Root Canals – Procedure, Risks, Disinfection, Materials, Posted on February 28, 2011 by Admin Root canal treatment is carried out on a tooth which has a dead nerve, an abscess of the roots, or a painful and irreversible inflammation of the nerve.

14: Emerging Technologies in Root Canal Disinfection ...
14: Emerging Technologies in Root Canal Disinfection ...

Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy (APDT) involves two specific steps for achieving ,disinfection,. Step-1 is the photosensitization of the infected ,tissue, with photosensitizer to allow uptake into the bacterial cells and Step-2 is the irradiation of the photosensitized ,tissue, to result in the destruction of bacteria and infected ,tissue,.

Cell Culture Fundamentals: Safety Aspects of Cell Culture ...
Cell Culture Fundamentals: Safety Aspects of Cell Culture ...

Should be used at 1000ppm for general use surface ,disinfection,, 2500ppm in discard waste pots for disinfecting pipettes, and 10,000ppm for ,tissue, culture waste and spillages; Note: When fumigating a cabinet or room using formaldehyde, all the hypochlorites must first be removed as the two chemicals react together to produce carcinogenic products.

Injectable Antimicrobial Conductive Hydrogels for Wound ...
Injectable Antimicrobial Conductive Hydrogels for Wound ...

As the abuse of antibiotics continues to increase, the emergence of antibiotic resistance and unknown drug-resistant bacterial infections pose a great threat on people worldwide. In this work, we aimed to develop a series of ,injectable antimicrobial conductive hydrogels, based on glycidyl methacrylate functionalized quaternized chitosan (QCSG), gelatin methacrylate (GM), and graphene oxide (GO ...

Biosafety: Decontamination Methods for Laboratory Use
Biosafety: Decontamination Methods for Laboratory Use

29/1/2019, · Sterilization, ,disinfection,, and antisepsis are all forms of decontamination. All infectious ,materials, and all contaminated equipment or apparatus should be decontaminated before being washed, stored, or discarded. Autoclaving is the preferred method. Each individual working with biohazardous ,material, should ... or living ,tissue, to ...

Glossary | Disinfection & Sterilization Guidelines ...
Glossary | Disinfection & Sterilization Guidelines ...

Guideline for ,Disinfection, and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities ... Accumulated mass of bacteria and extracellular ,material, that is tightly adhered to a surface and cannot be easily removed. ... ,tissue, that has lost the integrity of the natural body barriers).

14: Emerging Technologies in Root Canal Disinfection ...
14: Emerging Technologies in Root Canal Disinfection ...

Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy (APDT) involves two specific steps for achieving ,disinfection,. Step-1 is the photosensitization of the infected ,tissue, with photosensitizer to allow uptake into the bacterial cells and Step-2 is the irradiation of the photosensitized ,tissue, to result in the destruction of bacteria and infected ,tissue,.

Evaluation of chemical disinfection and microwave ...
Evaluation of chemical disinfection and microwave ...

Objective: This study evaluated the effect of chemical disinfection and microwave irradiation on the surface hardness and roughness of two commercially available hard relining materials (Ufi Gel hard, GC Kooliner) and one denture base resin (Trevalon). Materials and Methods: A total of 72 specimens ( n = 24) were divided into four groups.

Evaluation of Sterilization/Disinfection Methods of ...
Evaluation of Sterilization/Disinfection Methods of ...

In the presented studies, we analyzed the effect of selected sterilization/disinfection techniques on the properties of nanofibrous polyurethane biomaterial. Both radiation techniques (UV, gamma, e-beam) and 20 minutes’ contact with 70% EtOH were shown not to achieve 100% sterilization efficiency.

Biosafety: Decontamination Methods for Laboratory Use
Biosafety: Decontamination Methods for Laboratory Use

29/1/2019, · Sterilization, ,disinfection,, and antisepsis are all forms of decontamination. All infectious ,materials, and all contaminated equipment or apparatus should be decontaminated before being washed, stored, or discarded. Autoclaving is the preferred method. Each individual working with biohazardous ,material, should ... or living ,tissue, to ...

Environmental Cleaning Guidelines for Healthcare Settings ...
Environmental Cleaning Guidelines for Healthcare Settings ...

Disinfection,: The inactivation of disease-producing microorganisms. ,Disinfection, does not destroy bacterial spores. Medical equipment/devices must be cleaned thoroughly before effective ,disinfection, can take place. See also, Disinfectant. Detergents: remove organic ,material, and suspend grease or oil. HAI: healthcare associated infection

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