Nursing homes: environmental health factors, Volume 15
U. S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, 1963 - Medical
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68 hospitals alcohol Aspects of Staphylococcal autoclave bacterial population BACTERICIDE Bis-phenols candidate disinfectant chemical agent chlorine chlorine-releasing compounds clave Communicable Disease Center COMPOUNDS These disinfectant Concentrations Department of Health detergent sanitizer dilutions disinfectant compounds Disinfection and Sterilization Dry Heat Sterilizing Duration of exposure effective against tubercle Environmental Aspects evaluated Evaporate factors fomites Food-handling equipment formaldehyde forms of microbial formulation G. F. Reddish given disinfectant HALOGENATED Health Service Publication Hexachlorophene hospitals in 22 Inactivate Pathogens Ineffective against spores Infections Iodine Iodophors kills bacteria L. F. Ortenzio L. S. Stuart Number NURSING HOMES phenol coefficient phenollike compounds PINE OIL possessed of limited Properties and Characteristics Public Health Service quaternary ammonium compounds Reprinted in Environmental residue saturated steam increases SELECTING DISINFECTANTS selecting of disinfectants Selection of Germicides separate chapters Skin antiseptics solvent specific sterilizing agent sterilizing space surfactant compound temperature of 250 tion Toxicity tubercle bacilli U.S. Department U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING Use-Dilution