DEFINITION OF bactericidal action in disinfectants TO Mycobacterium tuberculosis
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Keywords

disinfection
mycobacteria
concentration
exposure

How to Cite

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Golovko V, Kochmarskiy V, Bondarchuk A. DEFINITION OF bactericidal action in disinfectants TO Mycobacterium tuberculosis. AVM [Internet]. 2014 Feb. 20 [cited 2024 Jul. 16];6(2):37-43. Available from: https://niv.ns.ac.rs/e-avm/index.php/e-avm/article/view/152

Abstract

One of the main directions in the system of prophylaxis and fight against tuberculosis of animals belongs to the disinfection. For each disinfectant, it is important to have the following: good solubility in water, to own the wide spectrum of antimicrobial action, not to reduce antimicrobial activity in the presence of organic matters and hard water, not to be toxic or low-toxic for people and animals, not to have an unpleasant smell, not to damage the decontaminated objects, to be proof at storage, accessible for transporting and application, and also economic when exposed in the environment. The purpose of the research was, to study a bactericidal action in new disinfectant, in relation to Mycobacterium. The first stage of study was on the bactericidal properties in potential disinfectant with atypical mycobacteria, type of M. fortuitum № 122. For this purpose preparations were done by following the “Javelle-Kleyd” and “Geksadekon” instructions. It was concluded that crop and biological methods have bactericidal activity in relation to Mycobacteria tuberculosis, bovine kind with disinfectants “Javelle-Kleyd” in concentration 0,1 % and exposure of 30 minutes and 1hour and “Geksadekon” in concentration 3 % and exposure time of 5 hours. “Javelle-kleyd” and “Geksadekon” disinfectants in certain modes, are possible to apply for prophylactic and forced disinfection in happy and unhappy economies in relation to tuberculosis of animals.

https://doi.org/10.46784/e-avm.v6i2.152
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