Antiseptic hand rub

May 1996
Materials Management in Health Care;May96, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p72
Trade Publication
Presents Lysol I.C. Brand Antiseptic Hand Rub waterless gel. Supplement to routine soap and water hand washing. 99.99 percent kill rate against many disease-causing bacteria.


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