sanitizer


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sanitizer

(ˈsænɪˌtaɪzə) or

sanitiser

n
(Chemistry) a disinfectant
Translations

sanitizer

n desinfectante m; hand — desinfectante para manos
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Always carry and use toilet seat sanitizer sprays to avoid such infections.
Our store has an extensive range of hand sanitizer products which can be used as an effective business promotional tool.
The answer, she says, was a hand sanitizer that combined superior functionality with innovative packaging.
A new study last week discovered thousands of American children- ages 12 and under- were getting severely sick from ingesting hand sanitizer, the(https://www.
Recent reports have identified serious consequences, including apnea, acidosis, and coma in young children who swallowed alcohol-based (alcohol) hand sanitizer (1-3).
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The Question: Does using hand sanitizer in addition to routine handwashing reduce the incidence of acute gastroenteritis in school-age children?
Washington, Apr 25 ( ANI ): Following the trend of cough medicine, hand sanitizer is the latest in a string of household products used to induce intoxication and has public health officials worried as a few squirts of it could equal a couple of shots of hard liquor.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that all health care professionals use an ethanolbased hand sanitizer to decontaminate their hands before and after direct contact with patients to prevent infection.
The problems are twofold: air bubbles can form in the liquid sanitizer, preventing it from reaching portions of the leaf surface, and even when the sanitizer comes into contact with the leaf, it may not have enough time to penetrate the leaf deeply enough to reach microbes.