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the-counter herpes cold sore and fever blister single-application treatments such as Viroxyn Benzalkonium chloride and other alcohol-free solutions are often used in preparations used for skin disinfection prior to use of syringes. [ citation needed ] In a 1998 study utilizing the FDA protocol

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Hand sanitizer print that page

Handsprit

sanitizer brands use either small concentrations of the nitrogenous cationic surface-acting agent benzalkonium chloride or the chlorinated aromatic compound triclosan or povidone-iodine . These brands include Gold Bond Ultimate, MicroArmor, Hy5, Soapopular, SHBAN, and Handclens. Other non

Pharmaceutical microbiology print that page

FlattenedRoundPills

Sterile pharmaceutical products Introduction Sterility is defined as “freedom from all viable life forms.” Certain forms of drug administration and other pharmaceutical products, such as dressings and sutures, must be sterile in order to avoid the possibility of nosocomial (hospital-induced

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2002 after manufacturers failed to perform new studies required by the FDA. [ 4 ] The spermicides benzalkonium chloride and sodium cholate are used in some contraceptive sponges . [ 5 ] Benzalkonium chloride might also be available in Canada as a suppository. [ 6 ] The 2008 Ig Nobel Prize

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/10 6:37:11

Grapefruit seed extract print that page

An early proponent was Dr. Jacob Harich (1919–1996). [ 3 ] A long time promoter of GSE was Aubrey Hampton, the founder of Aubrey Organics. [ 4 ] Some marketers of GSE affirm this extract to be a safe, natural, and an effective preservative. [ 5 ] This extract has been stated by some practitioners

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/10 20:17:34

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Medical hand hygiene pertains to the hygiene practices related to the administration of medicine and medical care that prevents or minimizes disease and the spreading of disease. The main medical purpose of washing hands is to cleanse the hands of pathogens (including bacteria or viruses

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injections are given, often along with iodine ( tincture of iodine ) or some cationic surfactants ( benzalkonium chloride 0.05–0.5%, chlorhexidine 0.2–4.0% or octenidine dihydrochloride 0.1–2.0%). Quaternary ammonium compounds Also known as Quats or QAC's , include the chemicals

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/21 22:06:46

Mouthwash print that page

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Mouthwash may also be used to help remove mucus and food particles deeper down in the throat. [ citation needed ] Alcoholic and strongly flavored mouthwash may cause coughing when used for this purpose. Contents 1 History 2 Usage 3 Active ingredients 3.1 Alternative mouthwash

Onychomycosis print that page

Toefungus

This condition may affect toenails or fingernails , but toenail infections are particularly common. The prevalence of onychomycosis is about 6-8% in the adult population. [ 4 ] Contents 1 Classification 2 Signs and symptoms 3 Causes 3.1 Dermatophytes 3.2 Other 3.3 Risk

Lysol print that page

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Lysol is sold extremely concentrated and must be diluted with water to be used safely. History The original formulation of Lysol contained cresols . [ 3 ] This formulation may still be available commercially in some parts of the world. [ 4 ] Formulations containing chlorophenol are still