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Determining Efficacy of Antibacterial Hand Wash Products


 

Determining Efficacy of Antibacterial Hand Wash Products

This promotional supplement was supported by American Cleaning Institute® and the Personal Care Products Council.

Topics
Faculty/Faculty Disclosures


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TOPIC HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1994 FDA-Proposed Antiseptic Hand Wash Efficacy Criteria
  • Need for Link Between Bacterial Log Reduction and Disease
  • New Model for Efficacy Evaluation of Antibacterial Hand Washes
  • New Scientific Model Links Bacterial Reduction with Reduction in Disease
  • Expert Panel Review of the New Model for Efficacy Evaluation
  • Expert Panel Consensus Statement
  • Expanding the Scope of the New Scientific Model to Other Health Care Settings
  • Moving Forward

FACULTY/FACULTY DISCLOSURE

Francis H. Kruszewski, PhD, DABT
Director, Human Health and Safety
American Cleaning Institute® (formerly the Soap and Detergent Association)
Washington, DC

Francis H. Kruszewski, PhD, DABT is employed by American Cleaning Institute® (formerly the Soap and Detergent Association)

John F. Krowka, PhD
Senior Environmental Scientist
The Personal Care Products Council
Washington, DC

John F. Krowka, PhD is employed by The Personal Care Products Council

Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Inc.

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