antiseptic


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Synonyms for antiseptic

Synonyms for antiseptic

free from dirt, stain, or impurities

Antonyms for antiseptic

thoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms

clean and honest

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freeing from error or corruption

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devoid of objectionable language

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We strongly agree with the Food and Drug Administration's recommendation that healthcare personnel continue to use antiseptic products as they currently do.
The professor who conducted an in-vitro research using the antiseptic also used some alcohol-based antiseptics during the research.
Currently, topical antiseptic products are packaged in either single-use containers or multiple-use containers.
Rinsing mouth with the antiseptic solution was associated with between 2 and 3.
com and Halo Oral Antiseptic on Facebook and Twitter.
The addition of Columbia antiseptic cream will complete our diabetic skin care product lineup," a spokesman says.
Like other Columbia products, the antiseptic cream is fragrance-free and hypoallergenic.
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.
The addition of an antiseptic such as ethyl alcohol helps prevent itchiness and also serves as a drying agent.
A compound of oregano oil called carvacrol is a powerful antiseptic and so can be used as a gargle to soothe sore throats or mouth inflammations.
Not only are the ideal homes of today bloated, overwrought and gargantuan, they are also on the whole cleaner, and they even attempt to be antiseptic.
CareMates[TM] Antiseptic Instant Hand Sanitizer is part of Shepard Medical Products' infection-protection line.
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.