BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Cap

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BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Cap

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The BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Cap acts as a physical barrier between line accesses and is indicated as a disinfecting device for swabbable needle-free luer connectors prior to I.V. access. BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Caps are part of the full BD Vascular Access Management (VAM) portfolio designed to help reduce catheter related complications. The use of disinfecting caps is supported by 2014 SHEA Compendium, The Joint Commission CRBSI Toolkit: Valve disinfection guidance, the 2021 Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice and the Royal College of Nursing Infusion Therapy Standards. 

Features and Benefits


BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Caps disinfect with a sterilized 70% IPA solution, providing 99.99% (>4 log) reduction in bacteria within 1 minute of application#†


The BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Cap maintains a physical barrier to contamination for up to 7 days, if not removed*†

Compliance with INS guidelines

Disinfecting caps containing 70% isopropyl alcohol are supported by the INS 2021 guidelines for passive disinfection of needle free connectors

Device compatibility

The BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Cap was designed for compatibility with market leading needle-free connectors, including but not limited to, the BD SmartSite™ Needle-Free Connector, the BD MaxZero™ Needle-free Connector, and the BD Q-Syte™ Needle-Free Connector.

Products & Accessories
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    BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Caps, bulk

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    BD PureHub™ Disinfecting Caps (30 strips of 10 disinfecting caps)


#Demonstrated reduction on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, Candida glabrata, Candida albicans and Acinetobacter baumannii as tested in a laboratory.

bench Test results may not necessarily be indicative of clinical performance

*as demonstrated through in vitro studies

Warning: 70% Isopropyl Alcohol is not considered sporicidal and may not prevent Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infection arising from bacterial spores (e.g., Bacillus spp., Clostridia)

BD-78830 (02/23)

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