Medical Enzyme Detergent Cleaners 
All enzyme medical cleaners have the same optimal cleaning temperatures. The medical enzyme cleaner dilution rates are often used as a sales tool rather than an accurate instruction. 

How can risks be avoided when using medical enzyme cleaners, and  optimal cleaning instruments prior to sterilization. Surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents are proteins produced by living organisms that act as catalysts to speed up chemical reactions.  Catalysts are not used up in  the reaction so they are available to help multiple reactions. Enzymes fit their target substrates like a lock fits a key.The active site of the  enzyme is open only to specific target substances with  a matching chemical and 3-dimensional shape. If the substrate doesn't  fit, it can't enter and no reaction occurs. This makes the action of surgical instrument cleaning enzymes highly specific for their substrates. Surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents can be reused. An enzyme can complete its chemical reaction without being used up or destroyed, leaving the enzyme protein available for yet another reaction. This means that one enzyme protein molecule can act on many substrate molecules. When the substrate is gone and the enzyme stops working.

Surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents will eventually break down on their own. The enzymes used in surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents act on materials that make up a variety of stains and soils so that these  materials can be washed away more easily. These enzymes are named after  the materials they can act upon, for example, proteases break down protein based stains, lipase enzymes break down lipid (fat) based stains and amylases break down starches and other carbohydrate based stains. Since one enzyme molecule can act on many substrate  (i.e., soil) molecules, a small amount of enzyme detergent can provide a big cleaning benefit. 
Are surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents safe? 
Enzymes are proteins and are completely biodegradable. They are non-toxic to plants and animals in the environment. Enzymes are harmless if accidentally ingested by a child. However enzymes can cause respiratory allergy in some people if they  are breathed in at high concentrations for long  periods of time. This can represent a health issue for people that work with enzymes are not handled properly. Enzyme should not be sprayed due to the aerosols. 

Enzyme cleaners should be applied in a liquid or foam application to prevent aerosols. What's a  surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergent respiratory allergy? Surgical instrument cleaning enzymes are proteins. Frequent inhalation of surgical instrument cleaning enzymes at high concentrations over a long period of time can lead to respiratory allergy among some people. This can occur among people that have to work with surgical instrument cleaning enzymes and when the enzymes are not handled properly. Surgical instrument cleaning enzyme detergents for cleaning instruments prior to sterilization must be applied as a liquid or foam. Steps to avoid the health risk to employees by reducing the amount of airborne surgical instrument cleaning enzymes in the workplace. Minimize creating surgical instrument cleaning enzyme aerosols when cleaning instruments prior to sterilization. Use surgical instrument cleaning enzymes in a liquid or foam state to avoid creating aerosols. 
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