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Level 1 Health Hand Sanitizer Liquid Non-sterile Solution

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Proprietary Name: Level 1 Health Hand Sanitizer Liquid Non-sterile Solution What is the Proprietary Name? A Proprietary Name, also know as trade name is the name OF product chosen by a medication labeler for marketing purposes. Non-Proprietary Name: Alcohol Hand Sanitizer What is a Non-Proprietary Name? Non-Proprietary Name is sometimes called generic name. Generic Name usually include active ingredient OF product. Level 1 Health Hand Sanitizer Liquid Non-sterile Solution with NDC 49794-002 is a Human Over Counter Drug Product labelled by Continental Manufacturing Chemist, Inc. The generic name OF Level 1 Health Hand Sanitizer Liquid Non-sterile Solution is Alcohol Hand Sanitizer. The product's dosage form is liquid and is administered via topical Form. Dosage Form: Liquid-A dosage Form consisting OF pure chemicals in its liquid1 state. This dosage form term should not be applied to solutions. Product Type: Human Otc Drug What kind OF Product is this? Indicate Type OF Product, such as Human Prescription Drug or Human Over Counter Drug. This data element matches the Document Type field OF Structured Product Listing. Hand Sanitizer to help reduce bacteria that potentially cause disease. For use when soap and water are not available. For external use only. Flammable. Keep away from heat or flame. In children less than 2 months of ageon open skin wounds keep out OF eyes, ears, and mouth. In case of contact with eyes, rinse eyes thoroughly with water. If irritation or rash occurs. These may be signs of serious condition. If swallow, get medical help or contact the Poison Control Center right away. Place enough product on hands to cover all surfaces. Rub hands together until dry. Supervise children under 6 years of age when using this product to avoid swallowing. Store between 15 O-30 O C to avoid freezing and excessive heat above 40 OC

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8.3 Hand sanitizers

It has also been demonstrated that EtG was detected in urine when alcohol-containing hand sanitizer gels are used frequently. These products typically contain 60-65 % ethanol by weight. When used eight times over an 8-h period, urine EtG and EtS up to 103 and 51 g / L respectively, were report. A study on intensive use of hand sanitizers was conducted on volunteers who cleansed their hands with Alcohol-base sanitizer every 5 min for 10 h on three consecutive days. Urine EtG and EtS could be detected at the end of study day. Only two specimens had detectable EtG next morning and only one had detectable EtS. More recent studies suggest that inhalation of ethanol vapor not transdermal absorption causes an increase in EtG. Using LC-MS / MS, 2-propyl glucuronide, metabolite of 2-propanol, was found in urine. As such, presence of this metabolite could potentially be used to identify false-positive EtG results. The methodology employed for urine EtG measurement is highly important with respect to false positivity. Positive results after use of hand sanitizer in one case could not be confirmed by LC-MS / MS. 1-Propylglucuronide and 2-Propylglucuronide were detect, ie, in vivo metabolites of 1-propanol and 2-propanol, respectively. Interestingly, two parent compounds account for 75 % by weight of sanitizer solution.

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10.08.5.8 Cosmetics

Proper hand hygiene, including washing with soap and water, as well as using Alcohol-base hand sanitizers, is a proven aid to preventing transmission of infectious agents and is widely accepted as one of the most important infection control measures to prevent infectious disease transmission. 49 55 57 58 More detailed information on proper hand hygiene is available from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. 59 simple act of handwashing mechanically reduces organic debris and transient / resident microorganisms on skin. 55 With the addition of antimicrobial soap, microorganisms can be killed or their growth inhibit. 55 60 Personnel in contact with horses should maintain short fingernails to minimize accumulation of contaminants underneath fingernails and to facilitate effective hand hygiene. Additionally, they should also avoid wearing elaborate jewelry on their hands for both safety and hygiene reasons. Hands should be washed before and after attending each individual animal, regardless of glove use. Gloves are adjunct to good hand hygiene practices not alternative to good hand hygiene practices. Common contact areas should not be touched with contaminated hands or gloves. Although handwashing is an effective way to reduce transmission of infectious agents, doing so frequently can compromise skin integrity, increasing the risk for bacterial colonization of hands and decreasing compliance with hand hygiene protocols. 60 Consequently, it is important to provide not only soap and water but also lotions and moisturizers for application after proper handwashing to promote healthy skin. In addition to soap and water, alcohol-base hand sanitizers can provide a practical alternative. In health care settings, CDC recommends use of hand sanitizers containing 60 % to 95 % ethyl or isopropyl alcohol. 61 Alcohol-base hand sanitizers are as effective as or more effective than handwashing at reducing bacterial contamination on hands after performing routine physical examinations on normal horses. 62 Alcohol-base hand sanitizers can also be used when soap and running water is not readily available, such as stall-side during sporting event or during horse transit, although they are not as effective in the presence of organic debris. 55 Dispensers for hand-sanitizing solutions can be easily installed and their frequent use should be encouraged to minimize the potential spread of infectious agents. Extrapolating from human health care, costs associated with use of alcohol-base hand sanitizers can be greater than costs associated with handwashing products, but the added benefit of enhanced compliance can be immeasurable. The bottom line is that, when hands are soil, soap and water is recommend. In situations in which soap and water are not available or if hands are not grossly soil, then alcohol-base products can be used for hand hygiene. Alcohol-base products can be especially useful for frequent hand hygiene, at those times when skin is likely to become compromised as result of frequent handwashing or in ambulatory practice when running water may be unavailable.

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16.3.5 Hand sanitisers

It is important that operators working in cleanrooms regularly sanitise their hands and, for sterile processing, this must be done prior to commencement of each critical activity. Hand sanitisers fall into two groups: alcohol-base, which is more common; and non-alcohol-base. The most commonly used alcohol-base hand sanitisers are isopropyl alcohol or a form of denatured ethanol, normally at 70 % concentration. Sanitisers are applied to either bare skin or to gloved hands. More common non-alcohol-base sanitisers contain either chlorhexidine or hexachlorophene. Hand sanitisers must not cause excessive drying and must be non-irritating. Carrying out such a review, based on the above factors, prior to purchasing disinfectant, does not guard against incorrect use of that disinfectant within a cleanroom. Any disinfectant will only be effective if it is used at correct concentration and by wiping disinfectant onto surface.

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