tuberculocidal


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tu·ber·cu·lo·ci·dal

(tū-ber'kyū-lō-sī'dăl),
Destructive to the tubercle bacillus.

tuberculocidal

(tū-bĕr″kū-lō-sī′dăl)
Anything that destroys Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
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Disinfecting and sterilizing code 8101 hospital with inert ingredients with bactericidal action, sporocidal, tuberculocidal, virucidal, and chlorides pseudomonicida n-alkyl dimethyl benzyl, gal.
Both ethyl and isopropyl alcohol are considered excellent tuberculocidal agents, but their activity is affected by the concentration of M.
Magic is an EPA-registered hospital type quaternary based tuberculocidal disinfectant/cleaner designed to provide intermediate-level disinfection.
Use a surface disinfectant/cleaner that is bactericidal, fungicidal, tuberculocidal, and virucidal.
Disadvantages of this class of agents include the facts that they are neither sporicidal nor tuberculocidal and that many formulations exhibit poor results against gram-negative bacteria and some viruses.
It is a stable, super-oxidized, pH-neutral, non-flammable and non-corrosive bactericidal, tuberculocidal and virucidal solution that is ready for use with no dilution or mixing, and requires no special handling or disposal.
With bactericidal, fungicidal tuberculocidal, mycobactericidal / against viruses envelop / and cleaning action.
It is the only EPA-registered broad-spectrum cleaner/disinfectant/deodorizer/sanitizer that is sporicidal, tuberculocidal, bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal.
However, should the item become visibly contaminated with blood, an EPA-registered hospital disinfectant with a tuberculocidal claim (i.
Tuberculocidal activity can be achieved with a quaternary product that contains both alcohol and quaternary ammonium compounds.
Intermediate level disinfectants do not necessarily kill bacterial spores, but are tuberculocidal, with HBV and HIV kill claims.
We routinely used intermediate-level disinfectants, which are registered for hospital use and provide tuberculocidal and virucidal activity.