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germicidal

 [jer″mĭ-si´dal]
destructive to pathogenic microorganisms.

ger·mi·cide

(jer'mi-sīd),
1. Destructive to germs or microbes. Synonym(s): germicidal
2. An agent with this action.
[germ + L. caedo, to kill]

germicidal

/ger·mi·ci·dal/ (jer″mĭ-si´d'l) antimicrobial (1).

ger·mi·cide

(jĕr'mi-sīd)
1. Destructive to germs or microbes.
Synonym(s): germicidal.
2. An agent with this action.
[germ + L. caedo, to kill]

germicidal

destructive to pathogenic microorganisms.
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Haft got no further treatment; the others were treated with one of the following: a paw dipped in tincture of iodine or povidone iodine (an over-the-counter germicidal solution), skin swabbing with tincture of iodine (some with a covering bandage) or oral administration of potassium iodide.