iodophor


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i·o·do·phor

 (ī-ō′də-fôr′)
n.
A substance consisting of iodine and a solubilizing agent that releases free iodine when in solution.

iodophor

(ˈaɪəʊdəˌfɔː)
n
a substance in which iodine is combined with an agent that renders it soluble, making a solution suitable for use as a disinfectant
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9] CRKP strains contain various drug resistance genes and they have exhibited relatively high resistance to ethyl alcohol, chlorhexidine acetate, and iodophor.
Popular sanitizing agents for homebrewers include iodophor and Star San.
The tibia-femoral-patellar articulation area was appropriately prepared, and antisepsis was done by a disinfectant solution containing iodophor, diluted in water as recommended.
Popular sanitizing agents for home brewers are iodophor and Star San.
a) water based -- water with ortho--phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol or O benzylp- chlorophenol (b) alcohol based -- Ethyl or iso propyl alocohol with O phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol (c) Iodophor -- butoxypoly propoxy poly ethoxy ethanol iodine complex
4 The most common skin preparation agents used today include products containing iodophor or chlorhexidine gluconate.
While the idea behind applying adhesive drapes, especially those impregnated with iodophor, to the skin after surgical site preparation would seem to reduce infection rate, multiple studies have not proven this to be true.
5% iodophor, (2) teat ends were wiped dry with single service individual paper towels, and (3) each teat end was scrubbed with 3 cotton swabs soaked in 70% ethanol.
Cleaning of spaces was done by regularly disinfecting all commonly touched surfaces with disinfecting wipes and mopping all decks with an iodophor disinfectant diluted to 150 ppm of iodine.
Dairy products (from the use of iodine feed supplements and iodophor sanitizing agents), grains, certain fish, and egg yolks are also good food sources.
The drugs that were ingested included: triclofos, olanzapine, iron, norfloxacin, dicyclomine, sasartan, iodophor, carbamazepine, lisinopril, haloperidol, nalidixic acid, amlodepin, lorazepam, herbal medicine, clonazepam, hydroquinone, metoclopromide, dapsone and atropine eye drops.