Inclusion of chlorhexidine gluconate in alcohol-based presurgical hand antiseptics: Can a product be considered “superior” if it does not meet established efficacy requirements?...'Comparative efficacy of commercially available alcohol-based hand rubs and WHO-recommended hand rubs: formulation matters' Am J Infect Control 2012;40:521-5

Title

Inclusion of chlorhexidine gluconate in alcohol-based presurgical hand antiseptics: Can a product be considered “superior” if it does not meet established efficacy requirements?...'Comparative efficacy of commercially available alcohol-based hand rubs and WHO-recommended hand rubs: formulation matters' Am J Infect Control 2012;40:521-5

Creator

Macinga David R; Edmonds Sarah L

Publisher

American Journal of Infection Control

Date

2013
2013-05

Subject

Asepsis; Chlorhexidine; Microbial; Colony Count; Ethanol; United States Food and Drug Administration; Microbial Contamination; Product Evaluation; Cross Infection – Prevention and Control; Handwashing – Equipment and Supplies

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

475–476

Issue

5

Volume

41

Citation

Macinga David R; Edmonds Sarah L, “Inclusion of chlorhexidine gluconate in alcohol-based presurgical hand antiseptics: Can a product be considered “superior” if it does not meet established efficacy requirements?...'Comparative efficacy of commercially available alcohol-based hand rubs and WHO-recommended hand rubs: formulation matters' Am J Infect Control 2012;40:521-5,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed August 4, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/5924.

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