Most alcohol prep pad are usually Isopropyl Alcohol. There are used for disinfecting stuff. For example, you would want to use it on your stethoscope before and after using it on someone, or o your skin to clean a spot to insert a needle. It's used for cleaning because it kills bacteria and evaporates quickly.
They are also flammable, so you can use them to help you start a fire. It's also good for cleaning electronics, since it evaporates quickly and leave little to no residue.
Use rubbing alcohol or an alcohol prep swab.
ROFLMAO..... *wiping eyes* ..... whew! ... OK ....No, rubbing alcohol is not an anaesthetic. You could make them sneeze.
No, alcohol prep pads that don't say numbing, do not numb when getting pierced or tattooed. You can request to be numbed before a piercing or tattoo with numbing cream, or numbing alcohol prep pads.
No, however, im a phlebotomist and i can tell you if its a blood test, using isopropyl alcohol to prep the venipuncture sight should not be used if blood is used to test, otherwise no
It may do a partial de-greasing, but that's about it.
No it doesn't. Making sure the chest is dry before pad placement will assure proper current flow. The alcohol pad could catch fire during the shock.
No. You should just buy some normal piercing alcohol from clairs or something.
Rubbing alcohol, works great. Alcohol prep pads or plan rubbing alcohol on a Cotton ball.
yes, you can have a hysterectomy while you are on your period. Just let the preop nurse know and she will place a pad under you during your prep. It is also a good idea to wear a pad the morning of your surgery.
pad used to capture discharge from patients