Among the germicides
, nitrofurantoin has the most human pregnancy data.
* Because raw produce can enter the kitchen harboring many bacteria that simple washing can't eliminate, several research groups developed nontoxic germicides
for disinfecting fresh fruits and vegetables (153: 340*).
In response to the highly critical 1990 GAO report, EPA officials decided to conduct efficacy tests on all registered medical germicides
, starting with sterilants, the highest classification.
Reprocessing of reusable needles and syringes by use of liquid chemical germicides
cannot guarantee sterility and is not recommended.
Commercially available cleaners compatible with most surfaces (detergents, disinfectant-detergents, or chemical germicides
) can be used.
Additionally, the spraying of germicides
at cattle markets is also essential.
Typically, chemical germicides
are recommended for the surface decontamination in the lab setting.
Traditional water baths must be routinely monitored, cleaned, refilled and maintained with harmful germicides
. The Bead Bath is practically maintenance-free.
anthracis in this study because it is closely related to the anthrax-causing bacillus and is slightly less susceptible to germicides
The new hospital-grade germicides
are a good example, since they're also considered heavy-duty cleaners.
CDC recommends that liquid chemical germicides
registered by the EPA as "sterilant/disinfectants" be used for high-level disinfection.
That federal team has now developed a laboratory model that explains the microbe's extraordinary ability to shield itself against germicides