chloroxylenol


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chloroxylenol

 [klor″o-zi´lĕ-nol]
a broad-spectrum antimicrobial used in the treatment of bacterial, fungal, and yeast infections of the skin and nails.

chloroxylenol

An antiseptic drug used in mouthwashes and other preparations. The drug is on the WHO official list. A brand name is Rinstead.

chloroxylenol

a chlorinated phenolic antiseptic, used in presurgical preparation of skin, cleaning wounds and in the treatment of bacterial, fungal and yeast infections of the skin and claws.
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And for any skin or coat problems that might arise with your dog, try Xylecide, an anti-fungal/ringworm shampoo that uses chloroxylenol to be anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and antimicrobial to improve a dog's skin and coat.
INCI: phenoxyethanol and chloroxylenol and caprylyl glycol
INCI: chloroxylenol, phenoxyisopropanol, propylene glycol
Phenosept 25P INCI name: phenoxyethanol and chloroxylenol Suggested use level: 0.
3% chloroxylenol followed with three applications of 2% chlorhexidine gluconate, skin swab cultures were taken before skin incision and at the conclusion of the operation.
ACI Submits Data Substantiating the Safety and Effectiveness of Antibacterial Ingredients Triclosan and Chloroxylenol
Xylecide utilizes chloroxylenol, an active ingredient that is known to be anti-fungal, antibacterial and antimicrobial.
Chloroxylenol (3%) was also added in addition to 70% isopropanol for preprocedure cleansing.
1,8) Products containing alcohol, chlorhexidine, iodine and iodophors, chloroxylenol [PCMX] or triclosan are acceptable, but the manufacturer's directions for use should be followed.
AloeGuard antimicrobial soap contains a high-quality soap base and chloroxylenol 0.
125) Women also injected chemicals such as chloroxylenol or soapy solutions into their uteruses via catheters in attempts to induce abortions.