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sanitizer

[′san·ə‚tīz·ər]
(materials)
Disinfectant formulated to clean food-processing equipment and dairy and eating utensils.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Hand sanitizers have become a staple product on retail shelves because of their ability to kill bacteria and prevent the spread of disease and contamination.
As with hand washing, proper technique matters when you're using a liquid hand sanitizer.
This study aimed to formulate hand sanitizer liquid solution that contains leaf extract of Chromolaena odorata and determine its antibacterial property against Staphylococcus aureus, gram-positive bacteria and Escherichia coli, gram-negative bacteria.
We have a wide variety of hand sanitizers regarding size, style, design, and flavors.
Through extensive research, OLIKA recognized the opportunity for innovation in the hand sanitizers category.
In this analysis, alcohol hand sanitizer exposures, the majority of which were ingestions, were associated with worse outcomes than nonalcohol hand sanitizer exposures.
- To make sure a hand sanitizer is effective, Healthy Splash suggests that you make sure that your hands are free of visible dirt and grime.
Among Americans, 43 percent regularly use hand sanitizer, with 50 percent of 18-24-year-olds doing so, according to Mintel, a market research firm.
This means that workers must have access to either soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. In order to achieve this, plants need to consider where all of the possible hand hygiene opportunities within their facility are.
The Question: Does using hand sanitizer in addition to routine handwashing reduce the incidence of acute gastroenteritis in school-age children?
GOJO INDUSTRIES NOW OFFERS THE PURELL ADVANCED INSTANT HAND SANITIZER, a next-generation family of products designed to provide unprecedented germ-fighting qualities and a skin-friendly formulation.
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.