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Go to the Steris web site and they have technical reports discussing just
that topic which then supports the need for rotation between a high and low
pH quat or same with high/low pH phenol (Note: do not rotate a quat and
phenol for they deactivate one another). Also to through in the use of
sporicidal for a week in between the rotation cycle.

David Brodersen
Corporate Sterilization Microbiologist

Arrow International Inc.
312 Commerce Place
Asheboro, NC 27203
Tel. (336) 498-4153
Fax. (336) 495-1642



-----Original Message-----
From: Stewart, Ryan [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 11:51 AM
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Subject: [PMFLIST] Resistant Organisms as a Result of Disinfectant /
Sporicidal Agen ts


Greetings list,

Do anyone know of publications that sufficiently demonstrate environmental
organisms can become "resistant" due to treatment with disinfectant /
sporicidal agents (i.e. LpH, Vesephene, TBQ, etc. / XSpore, SporKlenz, etc.)
as a result of use?

If such publications exist could you please provide references or links if
possible.  Thanks!

Thanks
rs
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