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Yarayı bu antiseptik ile yıkayın. - Wash his wound with this antiseptic.

Antiseptiklerin etkin uygulaması hastane enfeksiyonlarının önlenmesinde önemli bir konudur. - The effective application of antiseptics is an important matter in the prevention of hospital infections.

(Tıp) Mikropların üremesini önleyen (ilaç) antiseptik
s., i. antiseptik
(sıfat) antiseptik
(isim) antiseptik
antisepsis antisepsi
(Diş Hekimliği) antisepsis yapan herhangi bir madde
antiseptically antiseptik suretiyle
antiseptic cream
Antiseptik krem
antiseptik suretiyle
(Tıp) Mikroorganizmaların çoğalmasını engelleyen ve onları öldüren maddeler
can i have some antiseptic cream
antiseptik krem alabilir miyim
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Free of unpleasantness; sanitized or bowdlerized
Very clean; aseptic
Capable of preventing microbial infection
Of, or relating to antisepsis, or the use of antiseptics
Any substance that inhibits the growth and reproduction of microorganisms. Generally includes only those that are used on living objects (as opposed to disinfectants) and aren't transported by the lymphatic system to destroy bacteria in the body (as opposed to antibiotics)
anything that destroys or restrains the growth of putrefactive micro-organisms
cleansing, prevents microbe development
A substance that stops the growth of bacteria and helps to control infection by inhibiting germs
freeing from error or corruption; "the antiseptic effect of sturdy criticism"
A substance that will inhibit the growth and development of micro-organisms without necessarily destroying them
substances that have constricting or binding effect (herbs used to prevent or counteract the growth of disease germs)
Agent that kills or inhibits microbial growth but is not harmful to human tissue
Destroys or inhibits bacteria
Chemicals used to destroy bacteria and prevent infection
prevents infection
Any substance that destroys or prevents bacteria
used to kill germs, microbes, etc Also prevents sepsis
(extended sense) of exceptionally clean language; "lyrics as antiseptic as Sunday School"
has a drawing tightening or constricting effect, especially to halt germ growth
a chemical agent which can be applied to living tissues to destroy germs
Helps to control or destroy infection-causing bacteria
Destroys bacteria; usually applied externally
Prevents and destroys microbe development
Capable of preventing infection by inhibiting the growth of microorganisms
An agent that can inhibit the growth of disease causing micro-organisms
a substance that destroys micro-organisms that carry disease without harming body tissues
A medicine that kills bacteria, like alcohol You should clean your skin with antiseptic before injecting your insulin
A chemical used to disinfect the skin
Affects immune system and reactivity due to its ability to prevent, inhibit the growth of, or kill microorganisms that cause poisonous products in the bloodstream
Product with antimicrobial activity designed for use on skin or other superficial tissues; may damage cells
a chemical that will inhibit the growth of bacteria without necessarily killing them
substance that limits or stops the growth of microscopic germs
An agent that kills bacteria Alcohol is a common antiseptic Before injecting insulin, many people use alcohol to clean their skin to avoid infection
freeing from error or corruption; "the antiseptic effect of sturdy criticism
clean and honest; "antiseptic financial practices"
a substance that destroys micro-organisms that carry disease without harming body tissues (extended sense) of exceptionally clean language; "lyrics as antiseptic as Sunday School"
A substance which prevents or retards putrefaction, or destroys, or protects from, putrefactive organisms; as, salt, carbolic acid, alcohol, cinchona
{i} substance which destroys microorganisms which produce sepsis
Something that is antiseptic kills germs and harmful bacteria. These vegetables and herbs have strong antiseptic qualities. a medicine that you put onto a wound to stop it from becoming infected. helping to prevent infection. Any of a variety of agents applied to living tissue to destroy or inhibit growth of infectious microorganisms. An antiseptic's efficiency depends on concentration, time, and temperature. It is most valuable in the disinfection of contaminated wounds or skin surfaces when a wide margin exists between the concentration at which it is germicidal and that at which it is toxic to the body's cells. Many antiseptics destroy specific types or forms of microorganisms (e.g., bacteria but not spores). Among the major families of antiseptics are alcohols, phenols, chlorine and iodine compounds, mercury-based tinctures, certain acridine dyes, and some essential oils. Antiseptics are distinguished from disinfectants, which are germicidal agents used to destroy microorganisms on inanimate surfaces. See also antibiotic
thoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms; "doctors in antiseptic green coats"; "the antiseptic effect of alcohol"; "it is said that marjoram has antiseptic qualities"
Antiseptic is a substance that kills germs and harmful bacteria. She bathed the cut with antiseptic. = disinfectant
Any substance that inhibits the growth and reproduction of microorganisms
{s} pertaining to antisepsis; free of germs, sterile, uncontaminated; clean, neat
made free from live bacteria or other microorganisms; "sterilized instruments"
Counteracting or preventing putrefaction, or a putrescent tendency in the system; antiputrefactive
{i} acetomeroctol
antiseptic agent
substance preventing the action or growth of microorganisms, antibacterial substance
antiseptic lotion
ointment preventing the action or growth of microorganisms, antibacterial lotion
regarding antisepsis
By means of antiseptics
in an antiseptic manner
without germs, in a sterile manner; cleanly, neatly
Plural of antiseptic