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Synonyms for germicidal

preventing infection by inhibiting the growth or action of microorganisms

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The trial -- totaling four years of rigorous planning, methodic execution and detailed evaluation -- not only statistically proved the real-world impact that Tru-D has on patient outcomes, but it also validated the method of measured germicidal UV disinfection, used by Tru-D SmartUVC, which helped to position this technology as the gold standard in UV disinfection.
Sterile-Aire High Energy Germicidal UVC Solutions for HVAC and AC provide biofilm destruction, improved system performance and up to 99.
The Germicidal UV Light Bandage, through its proprietary features, will allow wounds to heal more efficiently.
PDI's Sani-Cloth AF Germicidal Wipe is the first and only alcohol-free germicidal wipe on the market that kills at least 25 bugs (including multi-drug resistant organisms) in only three minutes for fast patient room turnover.
The pre-moistened Kimtech One-Step Germicidal Wipe is dispensed as ready-to-use individual sheets.
Germicidal UV systems, which typically cost $1,000 to $1,500 each, are installed in ceiling air diffusers and irradiate from the room's heating, ventilating and air conditioning [HVAC] system, Shagott said.
Examples of some of these include: ammonia-free glass cleaner, germicidal cleaner and disinfecting agents for restrooms, PH neutral cleaner on a floor, detergent agents on carpets, and others.
The device incorporates a proven UV-C germicidal technology that has been used for a number of years in water and air purification systems, and can be used on electronics, walls, carpets desktops, paper and other non-living materials to detoxify the areas in a matter of seconds.
In the past two years, the company has worked with Pennsylvania State University in developing software that uses heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to utilize a variety of germicidal ultraviolet light strategies.
Mexico's Department of Health has set new standards for equipment and germicidal agents used in the burgeoning water treatment industry.
Though nisin's germicidal prowess was discovered 71 years ago, the means by which the protein kills bacteria has remained a mystery.
First FDA cleared computer keyboard to use germicidal properties of ultraviolet light to destroy harmful viruses and bacteria
CSGI) announce a milestone in mobile UV-C disinfection robot technology as CSGI has performed over 35,000 UV-C germicidal treatments using the Infection Prevention Technologies (IPT) IRiS(TM) 3200m UV-C intelligent disinfection robot.
Professional Disposables International's Sani-Cloth[R] Plus and Super Sani-Cloth[R] germicidal disposable wipes kill hepatitis B and respiratory syncytial viruses when used as directed, in addition to other viruses and bacteria, including HIV, TB, MRSA, and VRE.