Noun(1) an agent (as heat or radiation or a chemical
(1) One type of ultraviolet light, UV-C, has been used as a germicide in health care, food processing and waste treatment for more than 50 years.(2) Industrialists claimed that although industrial pollution killed fish, it did not contain germs and indeed might act as a germicide and have a positive effect on water.(3) This is a chemical germicide with label claims for effectiveness against Salmonella, Staphylococcus, and Pseudomonas.(4) When using a chemical germicide to achieve high-level disinfection, an agent registered with and approved by government regulatory bodies should be selected.(5) The air is sucked out of the infected cavity and replaced with ozone, a powerful germicide .(6) In 1980, the primary methods for medical device sterilization were ethylene oxide, gamma, electron beam (E-beam), moist heat, dry heat, liquid-chemical germicide , and other gaseous methods.(7) Equipment and playing areas contaminated with blood should be cleaned and disinfected with an appropriate germicide .(8) The germicide does not need to be changed after each cleaning if the mop head is not placed back into the germicidal solution after cleaning has begun.(9) The stretcher is cleaned with a hospital-grade approved germicide .(10) In the 1920s, Australian researchers took a serious look at tea tree and discovered that the oil exhibited up to 13 times more antiseptic activity than carbolic acid, the standard germicide in use at the time.(11) In fact, there is nothing that you can do with any germicide or any cleansing product to eradicate microorganisms.(12) For more persistent mildew, use mild soap containing a germicide and water.(13) The selected antiseptic solution should have a broad range of germicidal action.(14) Any reports of bird deaths received by veterinary or public health volunteers are checked, with samples sent for testing and the areas in which the birds were found are sprayed with germicides .(15) Low-level chemicals are germicides used on environmental surfaces, and high-level chemicals are used on medical devices.(16) The National Fire Protection Association is concerned about the use of flammable liquid germicides where electro-surgery or lasers are used.
(1) germicide :: 殺菌剤
2. antimicrobial ::
3. disinfectant ::
Different Formsgermicide, germicides
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