pHisoHex, brand of hexachlorophene detergent cleanser, is an antibacterial sudsing emulsion for topical administration.
pHisoHex is indicated for use as a surgical scrub and a bacteriostatic skin cleanser. It may also be used to control an outbreak of gram-positive infection where other infection control procedures have been unsuccessful. Use only as long as necessary for infection control (see PRECAUTIONS: Information for Patients).
Clinical Trials Related to Phisohex (Hexachlorophene Topical)
Triclosan, Triclocarban, and the Microbiota [Recruiting]
Triclosan (5-chloro-2 (22,4-dichlorophenoxy)phenol) is a broad-spectrum antibacterial and
antifungal agent that is found in thousands of common household products, including
deodorants, toothpaste, "antibacterial" soaps, cleaning products, kitchen utensils, bedding,
socks, trash bags. The benefits of triclosan have not been proven except in reducing plaque
and gingivitis when used in toothpaste. In this study, the investigators intend to look at
whether exposure to triclosan changes the colonizing flora of the skin, gut and mouth as
well as changes in certain blood hormone levels, including adipocytokines, androgens, and
inflammatory markers. Changes in the gut microbiota have been associated with a variety of
disease states such as inflammatory bowel disease, colorectal cancer. Additionally,
reductions in the microbiome diversity have been associated with obesity.
Residual Effect of Chlorhexidine-alcohol Compared to Triclosan-alcohol [Recruiting]
Currently there are few options for skin antisepsis, commercially antiseptic triclosan is
mainly used. To have more options, this study is necessary, where investigators will
determine the residual effect of chlorhexidine-alcohol (2% / 70% ) and triclosan-alcohol (1%
/ 70%) and choose the one with the best characteristics for skin antisepsis.
Triclosan Coated Suture Wound Closure for Peripheral Vascular Surgery: a Prospective Multicenter Study [Recruiting]
This is a prospective randomized multicenter study which purpose is to determine whether
triclosan-coated sutures for wound closure after lower limb vascular surgery would reduce
the incidence of surgical wound infections.
Triclosan Toothpaste and Third Molar Surgery [Recruiting]
Triclosan containing dentifrices are effective in the prevention of inflammatory
complications following third molar surgery through reducing preoperative oral bacteria
Effectiveness of Triclosan Coated Sutures in Preventing Leg Wound Infection After Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery [Not yet recruiting]
The purpose of this study is to assess whether triclosan-coated sutures reduces wound
infections compared to regular non-coated sutures, after saphenous vein harvesting in CABG
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