CareFusion Surgical Clippers
CareFusion Surgical Clippers
CareFusion Surgical Clippers
CareFusion Surgical Clippers Charging Cable
Cleaning CareFusion Surgical Clippers

BD Surgical Clippers

Setting a new standard in pre-operative hair removal

The new BD Surgical Clippers quickly remove hair in a single pass, while helping to reduce the risk of skin irritation and infection compared to traditional razors1-6. We consulted clinicians and incorporated the features they recommended to deliver a durable model easy to use and to clean, with long life and run time.

The versatility, hygiene, and performance of our BD Surgical Clippers make them suitable for any area of your Healthcare facility.

Reliable ergonomics

Reliable ergonomics

  • 40° angled ergonomic handle creates a more intuitive use for seamless hair removal in a single pass.
  • Updated button technology simplifies clinician use and eases cleaning.

Energy-efficient technology

Energy-efficient technology

  • Lithium-ion battery technology facilitates longer run time and improves energy efficiency.
  • Battery life indicator light alerts clinicians when to charge the unit.

Durable materials

Durable materials

  • Durable external materials increase compatibility with commonly used disinfectants, and a new extended two-year warranty ensures device longevity*.

Safety

Safety

  • Leading healthcare organisations recommend clipping vs shaving to helps to minimise the risk of infection.

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Please note, not all products, services or features of products and services may be available in your local area. Please check with your local BD representative.

Notes

*BD Surgical Clippers can be cleaned with most alcohol-based antimicrobial agents or dilute acids/bases. Disinfectants containing benzyl alcohol can cause chemical damage to the external surface of the clipper handle or charger. This could void the warranty on the device. Submersion cannot exceed one meter depth for up to 30 minutes. 

References
  1. Liau, KH., Aung, KT., Chua, N., Ho, CK., et al. Outcome of a strategy to reduce surgical site infection in a tertiary-care hospital. Surg Infect, November 2010, 11(2):151–159.
  2. Graf K., Sohr D., Haverich A., Kühn C., et al. Decrease of deep sternal surgical site infection rates after cardiac surgery by a comprehensive infection control program. Interact Cardiovasc Thorac Surg, August 2009, 9(2):282–286.
  3. Trussell J., Gerkin R., Coates B., Brandenberger J., et al. Impact of patient care pathway protocol on surgical site infection rates in cardiothoracic surgery patients. Am J Surg, December 2008, 196(6):883–889.
  4. Dellinger, EP., Hausmann, SM., Bratzler, DW., Johnson RM., et al. Hospitals collaborate to decrease surgical site infections. Am J Surg, July 2005, 190(1):9–15.
  5. Tanner, J., Norrie, P., Melen, K. The Influence of hair-removal methods on wound infection. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, November 2011, 9(11):CD004122.
  6. Ko, W., Lazenby, WD., Zelano, IA., Isom, OW., et al. Effectives of shaving methods and intraoperative irrigation on suppurative mediastinitis after bypass operations. Ann Thorac Surg, February 1992, 53(2):301–305.

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