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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Expert advise that washing hands with disinfectant soap and warm water after working on a customer removes bacteria from the barber.
He did wash the affected area with water and disinfectant soap, all right, but the wife told him it could fill with pus if he didn't let her touch it.
Hospitals have implemented a "passive" system to try and stem contamination--installing disinfectant soap stations everywhere--but maybe something more "active" is needed?
The types of bath-soap found in the market include bath and toilet soap and medicated and disinfectant soap.
I am 90 now, and I remember the taste and smell of the mild disinfectant soap very well indeed.
"It's also recommended for carers and visitors to wash their hands longer than usual with disinfectant soap after treating patients infected with MRSA, and most importantly to wash their hands after using the lavatory since MRSA has been isolated in urine.
The nuns used to wash our bodies with disinfectant soap. Afterwards, the nun and the priest would sit there and explore my body.
Soaps made from the oil are 60 times stronger in killing bacteria when compared to other disinfectant soaps. Applying the oil to the operative site prior to surgery also speeds the healing process.