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1.

Disinfection of the hands of surgeons and nurses.

LOWBURY EJ, LILLY HA.

Br Med J. 1960 May 14;1(5184):1445-50. No abstract available.

2.

METHODS FOR DISINFECTION OF HANDS AND OPERATION SITES.

LOWBURY EJ, LILLY HA, BULL JP.

Br Med J. 1964 Aug 29;2(5408):531-6. No abstract available.

3.

DISINFECTION OF HANDS: REMOVAL OF TRANSIENT ORGANISMS.

LOWBURY EJ, LILLY HA, BULL JP.

Br Med J. 1964 Jul 25;2(5403):230-3. No abstract available.

4.

Disinfection of the skin of operation sites.

LOWBURY EJ, LILLY HA, BULL JP.

Br Med J. 1960 Oct 8;2(5205):1039-44. No abstract available.

5.

Testing of skin disinfectants.

STORY P.

Br Med J. 1952 Nov 22;2(4794):1128-30. No abstract available.

6.

Disinfection of the skin: an assessment of some new preparations.

Lilly HA, Lowbury EJ.

Br Med J. 1971 Sep 18;3(5776):674-6.

7.

Effect of hexachlorophane on incidence of staphylococcal and gram-negative infection in the newborn.

Forfar JO, Gould JC, Maccabe AF.

Lancet. 1968 Jul 27;2(7561):177-9. No abstract available.

PMID:
4173401
8.

Skin distribution of Clostridium welchii: use of iodophor as sporicidal agent.

Drewett SE, Tuke W, Payne DJ, Verdon PE.

Lancet. 1972 May 27;1(7761):1172-3. No abstract available.

PMID:
4113069
9.

Dermal absorption of hexochlorophane in infants.

Curley A, Kimbrough RD, Hawk RE, Nathenson G, Finberg L.

Lancet. 1971 Aug 7;2(7719):296-7. No abstract available.

PMID:
4104980

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