Handbook of Topical Antimicrobials: Industrial Applications in Consumer Products and Pharmaceuticals
This reference examines laboratory techniques and FDA and industry perspectives on medical, food service, and consumer product applications of antimicrobials. It offers methods to conduct investigations of effectiveness that simulate use of consumer, food, and medical antimicrobials in real-world conditions and environments, validate neutralizing systems, develop reliable and functional antimicrobial products, and prevent infection, disease, and contamination. Additional topics include the importance of customer-valued quality attributes, such as low skin irritation and ease of use, label claims, regulatory procedures, and quality control, and clinical simulation protocols.
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Healthcare Continuum A Model for the Classification and Regulation of Topical Antimicrobial Products
Clinical Applications of Povidone Iodine as a Topical Antimicrobial
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Fundamental Steps in Designing a Healthcare Personnel Handwash
Handwashing Gloving and Disease Transmission by the Food Preparer
Handwashing and Gloving for Food Protection Examination of the Evidence
Handwashing and Gloving for Food Protection Effectiveness
A Suggested Method for Evaluating FoodhandlerProcessor Handwash Formulations
Appropriateness of the Healthcare Personnel Handwash Test in Assessing Efficacy of Consumer Handwashing Products
Microorganisms and Disease
Antimicrobial Body Washes
Some Aspects of Human Disease and Staphylococcus Species
FullBody Shower Wash Efficacy Evaluation of a 4 Chlorhexidine Gluconate
Surgical Preparation and Site Access Testings Stepchild
Brushless Surgical Scrubbing and Handwashing
Development of Methods to Evaluate Efficacy of Handwashing Products for Consumers
Importance of Skin Care Attributes in Developing Topical Antimicrobials
A Guide for Validation of Neutralizer Systems Used ln Topical Antimicrobial Efficacy Evaluations
Testing Methodology of Preoperative Skin Preparation and Surgical Scrub as OvertheCounter Drugs
The Need and Methods for Assessing the Activity of Topical Agents Against Viruses
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Page 7 - FDA's approval of a New Drug Application (NDA) or an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) is required before the new drug can be marketed.
Page 23 - An antiseptic-containing preparation designed for frequent use; it reduces the number of transient microorganisms on intact skin to an initial baseline level after adequate washing, rinsing, and drying; it is broad spectrum, fast acting and, if possible, persistent.