Sterillium® | Leading the way since 1965

At HARTMANN we recognise the importance of hygiene in reducing healthcare-associated infections. Not only do we offer an extensive range of products – for hand, skin and surface disinfection – but we also supply materials to inform and educate healthcare workers and patients of their value. To help support hand hygiene compliance, we are committed to ensuring our products are effective and cross-compatible.

The disinfection portfolio includes Sterillium®, a brand with significant heritage. Sterillium® was the world’s first alcohol-based hand rub introduced in 1965 and is still one of the most clinically proven hand disinfection product on the market today.

Is it time to change to Sterillium®?

  • Time and almost a 70% cost saving vs. traditional scrubbing method [1,2]
  • Increases skin hydration by up to 30%[3]
  • Excellent skin tolerability even with long-term use

Sterillium® | a favourite for millions of users

With it’s reliable antimicrobial activity and proven skincare complex, Sterillium is a firm favourite for millions of users around the world.

The disinfection range also includes Stellisept® med Baktolin® and Baktolan®.

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References

[1] Tavolacci, M. P. et al., 2006. Surgical hand rubbing compared with surgical hand scrubbing: comparison of efficacy and costs. Journal of Hospital Infection, 63(1), pp. 55-59.

[2] World Health Organization (WHO), 2009. WHO Guidelines, Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO).

[3] Reece B, 2014. Evaluating the effect of a hand sanitiser using an exaggerated handwash method (RCTS). Unpublished. Data at BODE Chemie.