A standardized test procedure is described in which finger tips are inoculated with both-ine rotavirus.
The level of virus recovered after disinfection of artificially contaminated hands with various disinfectant detergents, alcoholic solutions and alcoholic formulations was determined.
The method was found to be easy to perform and reproducible.
The most efficient method for removal of virus from fingertips was found to be treatment with alcoholic solutions or products.
Soap and water and disinfectant detergents were found to be a much less effective method of removing virus from contaminated hands.
Mots-clés Pascal : Désinfection, Rotavirus, Reoviridae, Virus, Prévention, Hygiène, Main, Antiviral, Homme, Traitement, Solution alcoolique, Désinfectant, Etude comparative
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Disinfection, Duovirus, Reoviridae, Virus, Prevention, Hygiene, Hand, Antiviral, Human, Treatment, Alcoholic solution, Disinfecting agent, Comparative study
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