[Comparison of 2 antiseptic soaps used for preoperative showers].

Abstract

This study was carried out in cardiovascular surgery wards and a single operating room. Two different antiseptic scrubs, A and B, were used for two showers given 48 and 24 hours respectively prior to surgery. A scrub (chlorhexidine digluconate 40 mg/ml) was used in 61 patients and B scrub (benzalkonium chloride 5 mg/ml) in 52, for a total of 113… (More)

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@article{Enjalbert1984ComparisonO2, title={[Comparison of 2 antiseptic soaps used for preoperative showers].}, author={Line Enjalbert and Y Levade and Paolo Marchetti}, journal={Pathologie-biologie}, year={1984}, volume={32 5 Pt 2}, pages={604-6} }