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use of chemotherapeutic agents, such as chlorhexidine, for reduction of plaque;
Chlorhexidine Swabbing as an Oral Care Procedure for Disabled Populations.
Because of its low toxicity level, chlorhexidine offers a safe side-effect profile.
In all, 8,011 women (and 8,129 newborns) were randomly assigned to either the chlorhexidine group or the control group.
Studies on the efficacy of chlorhexidine as a skin preparation agent prior to epidural catheterisation utilise rates of bacterial colonisation of the catheter tips as a surrogate outcome, but have reported mixed results (28,29).
5 mg of chlorhexidine gluconate which is incorporated in a biodegradable matrix of hydrolyzed gelatin cross linked with glutaraldehyde.
Many of the lotions on the market for healthcare workers provide label information about compatibility with latex gloves and antimicrobial ingredients, such as chlorhexidine gluconate.
3,10-15) Along with the above traditional antibiotics, the topical antimicrobial, chlorhexidine, has been formulated for local delivery at subgingival sites as well.
Students were then randomly assigned, 10 each in the green tea group, the chlorhexidine group, and the plain water group.
Dressing transparent polyurethane with superior court for securing catheters, reinforced edge sterile adhesive strips and stabilization for access central catheters chlorhexidine gluconate 2% latex free product 8.
The wipe contains 70% isopropyl alcohol with 2% chlorhexidine (Safety Data Sheet, 2007) and has an antimicrobial residual effect (Cummings et al.