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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1 priority in 2018 is guaranteeing consumer access to antiseptic hand products and the five active ingredients under review-benzalkonium chloride, benzethonium chloride, chloroxylenol, alcohol, and povidone-iodine.
The FDA ordered that companies stop marketing products containing triclosan, but no decision was made on soaps with chloroxylenol.
According to Prof Schaffner, their results showed that even the amount of soap used did not show significant results, and the bland soap killed as much bacteria as the tested antimicrobial soap with 1% chloroxylenol formulation.
The agency has deferred for 1 year a decision on the continued use of three other ingredients in consumer wash products: benzalkonium chloride, benzethonium chloride, and chloroxylenol.
Three additional ingredients common in cleaning products --benzalkonium chloride, benzethonium chloride and chloroxylenol --remain under review by the FDA.
In the coming year, ACI and its member companies will submit additional safety and effectiveness data on the key ingredients in use in consumer antibacterial soaps today: benzalkonium chloride, benzethonium cholride and chloroxylenol.
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.
0% of the cases; the most commonly involved agents were bleaches like sodium hypochlorite (Clorox), disinfectant, like chloroxylenol (Dettol), laundry detergents, phenol (carbolic acid), and potash.
3,10) Chloroxylenol or 4-chloro-3,5-dimethylphenol present in various commonly used antiseptic preparations and soaps is also an important cause of dermatitis of the scrotum.
2) To know the effectiveness of chloroxylenol and chlorhexidine- cetrimide on fungal isolates by agar well diffusion method
Chloroxylenol (3%) was also added in addition to 70% isopropanol for preprocedure cleansing.
Ostrander et al (2005) studied 125 patients, using three rotationally selected skin prep solutions: iodine in alcohol, chlorhexidine in alcohol and chloroxylenol (a disinfectant and antiseptic - see the World Health Organisation website http://www.