Student Name: Eman Hassan Tamamm Ali. Student ID: 83362. Course Title: Organic Chemistry. Course Code: OCHM-102. Under supervision of : Dr. M. Abd-Elhakeem Research Title: Organic antiseptic and disinfectants.
Abstract 1- Solid chemical agents are disinfectants that prevent or destroy microorganisms. 2- Antiseptics are sufficiently toxic disinfecting agents for host cells that can be used directly on skin, mucous membranes or wounds. 3- Once applied to products at sufficient times and temperatures, storylands destroy both vegetative cells and spores. 4- Antiseptic, disinfectant, and sterilizing users should be mindful of their short- and long-term toxicity because they may have general biocide activity and may persist in the atmosphere or in the body of the patient or caregiver.
Introduction Antiseptics and disinfectants are used extensively for a range of topical and hard-surface applications in hospitals and other health care settings. They are especially an essential part of infection control practices and help in the prevention of nosocomial infections. Mounting fears about the potential for microbial contamination
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