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When something is antibacterial

The primary difference between antibacterial and antimicrobial substances is the types of microorganism they act upon. While antibacterial products prevent the development of bacteria, antimicrobial agents such as alcohol-based hand sanitizers prevent the spread of bacteria, and fungi. This is a much broader scope of protection than the protection found in antibacterial products. Cleansing wipes… Read More »

How to apply antibacterial cream

Numerous topical antiinfective products are available to your patients over-the-counter OTC or by prescription. Not only can the active antiinfective agents differ among these products, but their pharmaceutical dosage form ie, ointment or cream may as well. The indications for topical antiinfectives, including acne vulgaris, various fungal skin infections, or viral skin infections eg, herpes… Read More »

Where is antibacterial activity

Au nanocomposite and its anti — a synergistic effect of honey was observed when it was added to antibiotics for Gram, but it did not become widely available outside the Allied military before 1945. The interactions allowing this deposition process were not of electrostatic nature because tannic acid is not charged at pH 5. Thereby reducing… Read More »