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to rub hard in order to clean

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to remove (an outer layer or adherent matter) by rubbing a surface with considerable pressure

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to decide not to go ahead with (something previously arranged)

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dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes

the act of cleaning a surface by rubbing it with a brush and soap and water

clean with hard rubbing

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wash thoroughly

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postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled

(of domestic animals) not selectively bred

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Ninety minutes after the surgical scrub that trend persisted, with 36% of the povidone iodine group and 14% of the chlorhexidine group classified as contaminated.
Despite a strict adherence to the aseptic protocol, the highest bacterial colony counts were found 30-90 minutes after the surgical scrub, possibly implicating the surgical scrub, as the weakest link of standard infection prophylaxis protocols," he added.
An outbreak of postsurgical infections was tied to a surgical scrub nurse who had onychomycosis and severe onycholysis that she covered up with nail polish, reported Dr.
NHS Supply Chain is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement for the procurement of products used for the cleansing disinfection and care of both patients~ and clinicians~ skin (and mucuous membranes) which also include related antiseptic products for use in surgical ward and community settings including but not limited to: surgical scrub solutions body wash antiseptic skin preparation solutions nail varnish remover shampoo antiseptic dusting powder antiseptic mouth wash soap hand rubs moisturisers paraffin wound irrigation fluids catheter lube disposable wipes and washcloths.
Chlorhexidine is a non-toxic antiseptic that kills or inhibits the growth of disease-causing bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms, and is used for surgical scrub, skin wounds, germicidal hand rinse, and antibacterial dental rinse.
A traditional surgical scrub costs about $60 in personnel time, compared with a $20 cost for the wash-and-rub method, said Dr.
Supply of disposable filters for water microfiltration + pasteurisation referred to surgical scrub and maintenance of endoscopy equipment.
NEW ORLEANS -- Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ: CTAS) today announced it will make surgical scrub jackets available through its scrub rental program.
Tenders are invited for Item Rate Contract Tender For Supply And Fixing Of The Surgical Scrub Sink And Hardware At Aiims Bhopal
The hand hygiene inclusion categories cover three segments: hand sanitizer, surgical scrub, and preoperative skin preparation.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Betadine Surgical Scrub
As he motored into the surgery, I prepared the theatre, checking the oxygen supply, calculating anaesthetics, laying out scalpel blades, suture materials and surgical scrub.
AUSTIN, Texas -- blue sky scrubs[TM] began in 2005 in Austin, TX as a manufacturer of surgical scrub hats.
Dismayed at the prospect of wearing ill-fitting and unattractive traditional scrub hats, she set out to transform the industry with stylish and attractive surgical scrub caps that were fun to wear and expressed personal individuality.
BioScience Laboratories has conducted numerous scientific and clinical studies on the ULTRACEPT[TM] formula, from when it was first evaluated as a surgical scrub in 2005 to more recently when we tested the formula's prolonged persistence against common germs," said Dr.