benzalkonium chloride


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benzalkonium chloride

[‚benz·əl′kōn·ē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH2(CH3)2NRCl A yellow-white powder soluble in water; used as a fungicide and bactericide; the R is a mixture of alkyls from C8H17 to C18H37.
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A recent study demonstrated that exposure to QUATS mixture, including benzalkonium chloride, caused reproductive toxicity and reduced fertility in mice (Melin et al.
Standard riboflavin formulations were modified with addition of EDTA, benzalkonium chloride (BAC), trometamol, which loosen up the epithelial junctions, enhancing the permeability and riboflavin diffusion across the epithelium and superficial stroma.
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025% benzalkonium chloride solution or oil suspension without side effects; however, topical d-tubocurarine in 0.
Examples include benzalkonium chloride, steardimonium chloride, cetrimonium bromide, and cetrimonium chloride.
Background: Long-term use of benzalkonium chloride (BAC)-preserved drugs is often associated with ocular surface toxicity.
m-1, these data suggested that ADMDHAC could be used as a good alternative of benzalkonium chloride (BC).
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Thus, Alcon had to show equivalence of Polyquad-preserved Travatan to the original product containing benzalkonium chloride and equivalence studies were required from Allergan and Spectrum Thea on submission of their preservative-free versions of bimatoprost and latanoprost.
13 request is directed at solutions, swabs, pads saturated with a solution, and applicators containing solutions typically including isopropyl or ethyl alcohol, povidone iodine, poloxamer-iodine, benzalkonium chloride, benzethonium chloride, or chlorhexidine gluconate as a single agent or in combination with alcohol.
Benzalkonium chloride and triclosan used in bath emollients have also been reported to cause scrotal dermatitis and gangrene simulating Fournier's gangrene.