Translation of antiseptic in Spanish:

antiseptic

antiséptico, n.

Pronunciation /ˌæn(t)əˈsɛptɪk//antɪˈsɛptɪk/

noun

  • 1

    antiséptico masculine

adjective

  • 1

    Pharmacology
    (cream/mouthwash) antiséptico
    • Many approved official prophylactic packs in fact contained antiseptic ointment.
    • Antiseptic mouthwashes contain antiseptic to kill bacteria and help to freshen your breath.
    • Antibiotics are useless and proprietary antiseptic gargles and lozenges if used in excess are likely to further aggravate the throat.
    • The 1994 rulemaking included definitions for antiseptic drugs, broad spectrum activity, and healthcare antiseptics.
    • We have shown that handrubbing with an alcohol based solution is more effective than handwashing with an antiseptic soap in reducing bacterial contamination of healthcare workers' hands during routine patient care.
    • If you nick yourself while shaving, apply alum - a natural mineral with antiseptic properties - to stop bleeding and soothe irritation.
    • To soften detritus, antiseptic solution may be instilled into the umbilicus when the abdomen is scrubbed, or the nurse can use separate sponges and applicators to clean the umbilicus first.
    • Another fire occurred when sparks from an electrosurgical unit ignited antiseptic solution that had pooled under a patient's legs.
    • Hand washing with antiseptic soap or hand rubbing with alcohol-based disinfectant significantly reduced bacterial counts compared to hand washing with unmedicated soap.
    • The CDC does not makes recommendations for a particular antiseptic agent for the catheter insertion site; nor do they recommend a specific type of dressing over another.
    • Joseph Lister, MD, developed the principles and practice of antisepsis in the 1800s after he used antiseptic solutions on open bone fractures.
    • To prevent catheter-related infections, it is important to use an antiseptic hand wash before starting a procedure.
    • A warm bath, antibacterial soap, or antiseptic medicine to stop infection may help.
    • Prolonged use of topical antiseptic agents should be avoided.
    • It is likely that you will be prescribed antibiotics and an antiseptic mouthwash to reduce the risk of your implant becoming infected.
    • Bleeding in children, arising from persistent crusting of the insides of the nostrils, is best treated using an antiseptic cream or softening ointment such as petroleum jelly.
    • And sage, thyme and myrrh contain antiseptic actions that help prevent the growth of bacteria.
    • These treatments have antifungal and antiseptic properties.
    • Mucositis should be managed with antiseptic mouthwash and prophylactic or early treatment of oral candidiasis.
    • He or she may also recommend an antiseptic mouthwash that helps prevent plaque forming.
  • 2

    (sterile, lifeless)
    aséptico
    • Those tired of modern, antiseptic museums with a very strong flow of tourists will discover a rare pleasure in visiting the Foundation's private universe.
    • Lighting was selected to brighten without glaring, and displays were designed to be neat and clean, but not antiseptic.
    • It's good to see computer - generated images of how the original and intact building looked, before going to see the clean and rather antiseptic ruin.
    • It was a bit too clean and antiseptic to be really considered an evil lair.
    • It works if only as a glorious distraction from the antiseptic earnestness of life as a modern-day Test player.