Noun(1) a substance that destroys micro-organisms that carry disease without harming body tissues
Adjective(1) thoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms(2) clean and honest(3) freeing from error or corruption(4) devoid of objectionable language
(1) Those tired of modern, antiseptic museums with a very strong flow of tourists will discover a rare pleasure in visiting the Foundation's private universe.(2) Another fire occurred when sparks from an electrosurgical unit ignited antiseptic solution that had pooled under a patient's legs.(3) Prolonged use of topical antiseptic agents should be avoided.(4) Surgical antiseptic techniques are now the go.(5) Mucositis should be managed with antiseptic mouthwash and prophylactic or early treatment of oral candidiasis.(6) It works if only as a glorious distraction from the antiseptic earnestness of life as a modern-day Test player.(7) We have shown that handrubbing with an alcohol based solution is more effective than handwashing with an antiseptic soap in reducing bacterial contamination of healthcare workers' hands during routine patient care.(8) Hand washing with antiseptic soap or hand rubbing with alcohol-based disinfectant significantly reduced bacterial counts compared to hand washing with unmedicated soap.(9) He or she may also recommend an antiseptic mouthwash that helps prevent plaque forming.(10) The 1994 rulemaking included definitions for antiseptic drugs, broad spectrum activity, and healthcare antiseptics.(11) And sage, thyme and myrrh contain antiseptic actions that help prevent the growth of bacteria.(12) A warm bath, antibacterial soap, or antiseptic medicine to stop infection may help.(13) Bleeding in children, arising from persistent crusting of the insides of the nostrils, is best treated using an antiseptic cream or softening ointment such as petroleum jelly.(14) The CDC does not makes recommendations for a particular antiseptic agent for the catheter insertion site; nor do they recommend a specific type of dressing over another.(15) Antibiotics are useless and proprietary antiseptic gargles and lozenges if used in excess are likely to further aggravate the throat.(16) If you nick yourself while shaving, apply alum - a natural mineral with antiseptic properties - to stop bleeding and soothe irritation.
(1) antiseptic cream :: antiseptisk creme
1. disinfectant ::
2. germicidal ::
3. bactericidal ::
4. antibacterial ::
5. antibiotic ::
6. disinfectant ::
7. germicide ::
1. disordered ::
2. disorderly ::
3. sloven ::
4. unkempt ::
5. untidy ::
Different Formsantiseptic, antiseptics
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