What Exactly Is The Difference Between What I Do And Simini Protect?
First Ever Intra-op and Post-op Protection for Veterinary Surgeons
Yes. Simini Protect was created so that veterinarians and surgeons like you could easily and in about one minute provide the latest infection control on your most challenging surgeries.
Let us show you it works:
Intra-Op Protection against bacteria, fungi, and anti-biofilms. (Removed 99.98% of bacteria in a clinical study)
Post-Op Protection against bacteria migration and growth (Up to 72 hours with one application)
Designed to destroy biofilms, and reduce resistant bacteria (MRSP)
Simini Protect products are non-antibiotic, with no known resistance
40,000 Surgeries and Counting Will Give You Confidence
Between veterinary and human surgeons, these products have provided infection control to thousands of patients
A Top-5 human health company exclusively supplies human surgeons
FDA cleared as human medical devices, and available to veterinarians
Published studies of clinical outcomes
One minute to administer
Simini Protect: Only way you can provide intra-op and post-op protection
from Human Surgery
Are you a veterinarian that cares deeply about reducing infections? Human surgeons do as well and created these non-antibiotic products. Now you as veterinarians can leverage these fully validated products to deliver better infection control to your practice.
How are these products different from current veterinary offerings?
An infection requires two things: (a) a source eg. bacteria, and (b) a place to grow. If you stop either, you stop the infection.
Veterinary medicine exclusively manages the problem by trying to eliminate sources of infection. The Simini Protect products are the first to address “a place to grow.”
What's in Simini Protect Products?
The Simini Protect products have a patented formulation of ingredients with a long history of clinical use both in human and animal health. Simini Protect Lavage contains ethanol, acetic acid, sodium acetate, benzalkonium chloride and water. Simini Protect Gel contains polyethlene glycol, citric acid, sodium citrate, benzalkonium chloride and water.
What types of efficacy studies have been performed?
These products have been evaluated in laboratory tests (in vitro), biofilm tests (in the presence of bacteria’s natural amour), animal models (in-vivo studies) and human clinical studies.
What types of safety studies have been performed?
Both products are FDA cleared human medical devices. They have completed all the necessary safety testing in multiple species to achieve human medical device product clearance.
Have the products been tested against resistant bacteria?
Yes. See the results of laboratory tests against MRSP and MRSA in the "See the Data" video above.
If I have questions, is there someone I can talk to?
Yes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (647) 292-4920 anytime.
What types of procedures can they be used for and not used for?
The Simini Protect products are indicated for both soft-tissue and orthopedic surgeries. The products can also be used for trauma, emergency and other procedures in the veterinary clinic.
The Simini Protect products cannot be used in the eyes or inner ear or middle ear.
How do you use the Simini Protect Lavage?
Just prior to suturing, lavage with the Simini Protect Lavage as you would with normal saline. We recommend about 20ml of Simini Protect Lavage for prophylactic use in canines. Wait one minute, and then rinse with an equal amount of saline or water. See product label for full details.
How do you use the Simini Protect Gel?
The wound area should be cleaned first and then the Simini Gel can be applied liberally once per day. The area can be bandaged or left uncovered. See product label for full details.
Why is the Simini Protect Gel sold in a 7.5ml (0.25 oz) tube?
So you can apply it at the clinic and then send it home with the pet-owner to apply once daily for a few days. By engaging pet-owners with this "task", you will receive two additional practical benefits: (i) a sustained barrier to inhibit bacteria migration or growth, and (ii) better wound care and monitoring from the pet-owner.
Wounds are most susceptible to bacteria migration during the first 72 hours.
How long are your contracts?
There are no long term contracts or commitments. You can use Simini Protect month to month, and cancel at any time you'd like.
If I don't like Simini Protect, how do I cancel?
Simply send an email to email@example.com with your name and veterinary clinic and we'll cancel any future product shipments.