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Cleaning an Isolation Exam Room

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An isolation exam room needs to be treated with extra care to ensure that containments are not spread between patients. Learn from Megan Urton, Technician Assistant Manager, about how to safely clean an isolation exam room.

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Sarai Fletcher's picture

Hello! We have always used a spray bottle. Are you using a squirt bottle to cut down on aerosolized disinfectant or contaminates?

Rachel Medo's picture

Hi Sarai,

Great question! I checked in with our Safety Manager and you are right - we use a squirt bottle to minimize aerosolization of the chemicals to decrease human exposure. We use these same bottles for cleaning kennels, regular exam rooms, and other surfaces too.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

Rachel Medo's picture

Hi Patty,

Thanks for your question.

The product we are using is called Vindicator. It's the same product we use for cleaning kennels, but for an isolation exam room we leave it for a longer contact time, and do a second round.

Let me know if you have any further questions!

Michael Leiva's picture

we want to know what solution you're using. searching vindicator does not show ANY cleaning products.

Holly Hayes's picture

Hi Michael,

Thank you for following up! My name is Holly and I am the Client Engagement Specialist for atdove.

I reached out to our Facilities Manager who orders the Vindicator cleaning solution and he shared a few links, we purchase it through Walter E Nelson.

https://www.hillyard.com/images/ProductData/HIL00168.pdf
https://b2b.hillyard.com/productDetail/index/grid/pml/PD~HIL99706?formul...

Please feel free to reach to me directly via email, hhayes@dovelewis.org if you have any further questions.