antibacterial soap


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antibacterial soap

A bactericidal agent used to clean the skin–eg, Betadine, pHisoHex

antibacterial soap

A cleanser chemically altered to increase its ability to kill microorganisms.
See also: soap
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There have been no further infections since the center switched to single-use antibacterial soaps and stopped the pooling of epoetin alfa.
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Antibacterial soap has been widely used around the world as a cleaning agent that uses antimicrobial ingredients to kill unwanted bacteria.
She said that there is always a time and place for antibacterial bar soaps, like in health care settings where the chance of infection and transmission is high, asserting that for the average person, antibacterial soap is no more effective than regular soap.
Washing your hands with so-called antibacterial soap containing triclosan or triclocarban actually does nothing different than using regular soap and water," asserts Jennifer Sass, a senior scientist in the Health and Environment program at NRDC.
To prevent infection, it is important to maintain good hygiene, including regular and thorough hand-washing, using an antibacterial soap and water.
Items which saw lower prices in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi were rice, lemons from South Africa, fish and salmon from Norway, white flour, sliced white bread, unshelled pistachio nuts, Dettol antibacterial soap, Clorex, Lux hand-wash and facial tissues, according to the Gulf News report.
If you think you may have the start of an ingrown toenail, soak your foot in warm water containing antibacterial soap or a few tablespoons of salt.
Use an alcohol wash, not an antibacterial soap," says Elaine Larson of the Columbia University School of Nursing in New York.
Nevertheless, says Perencevich, "The magnitude of the availability of antibacterial soap products that we documented in our survey is cause for concern.
WASHINGTON -- A new poll finds that the vast majority of Americans use antibacterial soap and consider it to be a useful tool to prevent the spread of germs.