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Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Rescue Cleaning and Disinfection Protocol: Exam Rooms

Learn how to clean and disinfect a veterinary exam room in four easy steps. Includes illustrated step by step guide, dilutions and contact times.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Rescue Cleaning and Disinfection Protocol: Cages and Kennels

Learn how to clean and disinfect veterinary and shelter cages & kennels in four easy steps. Includes illustrated step by step guide, dilutions and contact times.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Vegetative Bacteria

Bacteria are a large domain of single-celled, prokaryote microorganisms. Typically a few micrometres in length, bacteria have a wide range of shapes, ranging from spheres to rods and spirals.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Non Enveloped Viruses

Non-enveloped viruses lack a lipid-bilayer membrane. Unlike, enveloped viruses, non-enveloped viruses are not easily inactivated by routine surface cleaning and disinfection.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacteria, including Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

The vast majority of the bacteria in the body are rendered harmless by the protective effects of the immune system, and a few are even beneficial. However, a few species of bacteria are pathogenic and cause infectious diseases.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Fungi, Yeast and Molds

Generally, the majority of common fungi, yeasts and molds are not a concern to someone who is healthy. However, there are some individuals, especially those who have existing health concerns, who may be sensitive to exposure of these organisms.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Enveloped Viruses

Enveloped viruses are viruses that possess an envelope or outer coating that is composed of a lipid layer (fat-like substance that is water insoluble). The envelope is needed to aid in attachment of the virus to the host cell. Loss of the envelope results in loss of infectivity.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Cold Weather Disinfection Procedure

Using liquid disinfectants during winter months when temperatures are below freezing an antifreezing agent is needed to prevent them from freezing under such conditions.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)

Keep It Clean

Virox is proud to collaborate with the American Animal Hospital Association to deliver informative and usable content, such as Keep It Clean, a 24-page guide to Infection Prevention and Biosecurity. Keep It Clean is intended to be a resource to the veterinary community, to educate and inform, and to raise awareness for infection prevention.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)