écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
antiseptic (noun and adjective) Said that destroys microbes and prevents infection. Homonyms – paronyms: aseptic (free of germs).
Meaning and uses
Antisepsis – Antisepsis is a temporary operation to the result to eliminate microorganisms in living tissue by applying an antiseptic.
An antiseptic, antibacterial, also called, is a substance that kills or prevents the growth of bacteria and viruses on the external surfaces of the body. …
antisepsis – Destruction of pathogens capable of causing infections. Group of techniques aiming at the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms
antiseptic – Describes this remedy Pertaining to antisepsis, (Aged) Remedy cons gangrene. Remedy against infections
antiseptic – literally against putrefaction. Drug that prevents infections. Mercurochrome, iodine, alcohol 90 ° (70 °), hydrogen peroxide and disinfectants in general.
antisepsis – all operations to destroy the microbes that cause wound infection and prevent post-operative fistulae. …
antisepsis – curative method of destroying microbes, which are deposited in such a wound with antiseptic (hydrogen peroxide, alcohol 70 °, …).
antiseptic – Who kills microbes and pathogens.
antiseptic – a drug designed to destroy pathogens or prevent their proliferation on the skin and mucous membranes.
antisepsis – Synonym for disinfection, it concerns the sterilization of infected tissues or environments. Performed using products, antiseptics (and microbicides) are used in their powders, solutions or vapors. …
antiseptic – fights infections by killing micro-organisms, preventing their spread.
Antiseptic – Antibacterial Substance nonspecific and generally acting quickly on bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores. …