cetrimide


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cetrimide

(ˈsɛtrɪˌmaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a quaternary ammonium compound used as a detergent and, having powerful antiseptic properties, for sterilizing surgical instruments, cleaning wounds, etc
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Noun1.cetrimide - a cationic detergent that is a powerful disinfectant
antimicrobial, antimicrobic, disinfectant, germicide - an agent (as heat or radiation or a chemical) that destroys microorganisms that might carry disease
cationic detergent, invert soap - a class of synthetic detergents in which the surface-active part of the molecule is the cation
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Tenders are invited for Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 1 Persent With Cetrimide 0.
Scolicidal agents like hypertonic saline solution and cetrimide are often used to wash out the cavity to prevent recurrence, since contents of the cyst can cause anaphylaxis while performing surgical excision.
Ozellikle antiseptikler, rivanol, lugol, benzalkonyum klorid, polivinil iyot bilesikleri, klorhekzidin, benzalkonyum klorid, cetrimide bu sekilde cok kullanilir (1,3,6).
The either side of spine of all the animals was properly clipped, shaved and scrubbed with 5% cetrimide and chlorhexidine solution and painted with povidone iodine solution.
Significances were calculated by comparing rates of healing in group treated either with PgME ointment or with cetrimide cream versus controls and in group treated with PgME ointment versus cetrimide cream group.
A 55-year-old male who presented for an elective right inguinal herniorrhaphy developed severe bradycardia (heart rate 22 /minute) during skin preparation of the surgical site with cetrimide solution.
Table 1-Specified Microbial Limits Total Microbial Count Raw Materials Finished Products 10 cfu/g or ml 2 - 100 cfu/g or ml 6 6 300 cfu/g or ml - 3 1000 cfu/g or ml 6 1 10000 cfu/g or ml - - Other (not specified) 1 - Table 2 - Protocols (Methods) for Microbial Detection Raw Materials Finished Products Dipstick 1 1 USP * 3 2 Plate Count ** 7 9 Enrichment *** 2 3 Rapid Method *** - 3 * United States Pharmacopeia 61 Microbiological Examination of Nonsterile Products: Microbial Enumeration Tests ** Trypticase soy agar, Cetrimide, Sabouraud, MacConkey and Potato dextrose agars *** Letheen, Tetrathionate, Lauryl tryptose, Modified tween letheen and "MLAT" broths.
7] Sterilization of the cyst cavity is done by different scolicidal agents and cetrimide solution (0.
Davies, A, Bentley, M, Field, BS, "Comparison of the Action of Vantocil, Cetrimide, and Chlorhexidine on Escherichia coli and Its Spheroplasts and the Protoplasts of Gram-Positive Bacteria.