Definitions for "disinfectant"
That which disinfects, especially an agent for killing or removing the microorganisms which cause infection. Commonly used disinfectants are chlorine, sodium hypochlorite solution, hydrogen peroxide, and alcohol.
An agent that destroys harmful bacteria and/or viruses on inanimate surfaces (except spores). Most common types include Quaternary Ammonium Compounds, Phenolic Compounds, Pine Oil (at least 70%). Products making disinfectant claims must be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and state it on the label with a registered EPA number.
A chemical agent used to destroy micro organisms on inanimate objects.
Keywords:  myocarditis, varicella
Myocarditis Varicella
Keywords:  nosocomial, vascular
Nosocomial Vascular
Keywords:  toxoplasmosis, mucus
Mucus Toxoplasmosis
Keywords:  thrombocytopenia, lipid
Lipid Thrombocytopenia
Disinfectant was a popular anti-virus software program for the classic Macintosh operating system. It was originally released as freeware by John Norstad in 1988. New releases continued until the author retired the program in 1998, citing the new danger posed by macro viruses, which Disinfectant did not detect, and the inability of a single individual to possibly maintain a program that caught all of them.
Keywords:  pipelines, filters, gas, fluid, vessels
A fluid or gas used to disinfect filters, water systems, pipelines, and vessels etc.