THE ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY ON THREE TYPES OF MEDICATED SOAPS (DETOL, ISOL, TURA) ONSTAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS FROM WOUND INFECTION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1¬†¬†BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY According to Pelage et al (1986) antibacterial activity is the ability to either destroy bacteria or inhibit their growth. This is significant with respects to the human body in preventing sepsis and skin infections. Also Derland (1981) states that medicated soap have the germicidal substance like chloroxylenol, Trichlorocarbamide, […]

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