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Drug Facts | Naturally Nova Scotia Hand Sanitizer

01:06 EDT 5th May 2013 | BioPortfolio

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ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Ethyl Alcohol* (Antiseptic) 62%

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Owen Biosciences, Inc.

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Clinical Trials [1485 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

FiteBac Hand Sanitizer in the Management of Hand Dermatitis in Adults

Hand dermatitis, (a rash, or eczema, on the hands) is a common skin condition that affects approximately 10% of the population. It can be caused by a wide variety of things, such as allerg...

Effectiveness of a School-Based Hand Sanitizer Program on Reducing Asthma Exacerbations

Asthma is a common, serious illness among children in the United States. Improving hand cleanliness and hygiene may prevent the spread of viruses that can cause asthma exacerbations. This ...

Impact of a Multifactorial Program of Hand Hygiene on Infections in Children Attending in Day-care Centres

It is well known that attending Day Care Centres (DCCs) can lead to an increase in the frequency of infections, due to the high incidence at this age and also the ease of transmission amon...

Clinical Evaluation of an Investigational Blood Creatinine Point-of-Care Test Device

This study is being done to see if the Nova Creatinine Meter can give a correct measure of creatinine (a blood test used to measure kidney function) when the blood is taken from a capillar...

Intervention Study of Face Mask and Hand Sanitizer to Reduce Influenza Transmission

Pharmaceutical interventions, particularly vaccination, have been the principal public health method of preventing and controlling seasonal influenza. Other less invasive non-pharmaceutica...

PubMed Articles [3077 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Empirical Study of Nova Scotia Nurses' Adoption of Healthcare Information Systems: Implications for Management and Policy-Making.

This paper used the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), which was extended, to investigate nurses' adoption of healthcare information systems (HIS) in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The Decoy Effect as a Nudge: Boosting Hand Hygiene With a Worse Option.

This article provides the first test of the decoy effect as a nudge to influence real-world behavior. The decoy effect is the phenomenon that an additional but worse option can boost the appeal of an ...

Discrete, high-latitude foraging areas are important to energy budgets and population dynamics of migratory leatherback turtles.

Many broadly distributed migratory species exhibit fidelity to fine-scale areas that support vital life history requirements (e.g., resource acquisition, reproduction). Thus, such areas are critical f...

Evaluation of the Nova Vet Meter for sheep-side monitoring of β-hydroxybutyric acid (BHBA) and description of ewe BHBA during late gestation in three flocks from the Northeastern U.S.

Prevention of metabolic diseases in small ruminants may improve production efficiency and profitability, yet ewes carrying multiples or who are in poor body condition are at increased susceptibility t...

Performance assessment of a single-layer moisture store-and-release cover system at a mine waste rock pile in a seasonally humid region (Nova Scotia, Canada).

Cover systems are commonly applied to mine waste rock piles (WRPs) to control acid mine drainage (AMD). Single-layer covers utilize the moisture "store-and-release" concept to first store and then rel...

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