antiseptic


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to antiseptic: antiseptic drugs
References in periodicals archive ?
SCOPE OF THE STUDY BCC Research assessed the antiseptic and disinfectant market along with global and regional breakdown of sales data, market projection, application of the techniques indiverse areas, current situation, regulatory aspect, patent analysis, market leaders andmarket share.
Transparency Market Research has published a report named "Veterinary Antiseptics Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2015 - 2023 ".
According to Sedlack, antiseptic products have been used safely and effectively by healthcare workers for decades.
The professor who conducted an in-vitro research using the antiseptic also used some alcohol-based antiseptics during the research.
Rinsing mouth with the antiseptic solution was associated with between 2 and 3.
com and Halo Oral Antiseptic on Facebook and Twitter.
A second study found the antiseptic did a better job of preventing infections than the reddish-brown iodine solution that's been used for decades to swab the skin before an operation.
Also, if you put an antiseptic in a patient with a perforated eardrum, the patient is going to experience significant pain.
Thyme is strongly antiseptic and thus can be used externally for infected wounds, internally for respiratory and digestive infections, and as a gargle to relieve sore throats.
This antiseptic style is reflected in the designs that are routinely projected in the popular press.
Since the antiseptic treatment has been brought into full operation not a single instance of pyaemia, hospital gangrene, or erysipelas has occurred,' said Lister as he presented his revolutionising discovery to the British Medical Association in 1867.