The article presents the results of an experimental study of the dependence of irritation on body tissues of the drug “Alcoperite,” developed for aerosol disinfection of livestock objects on the size of particles of the created aerosol. The innovative tool “Alcoperite” was developed at the Department of Immunology and Biotechnology of FSBEI HE MSAVM and B – MVA named after K.I. Scriabin for aerosol disinfection of agricultural premises. The main disinfectant component of the developed preparation is hydrogen peroxide, in concentrations that allow achieving high antimicrobial activity. It is widely known that peroxide-containing disinfectants differ from other disinfectants in their environmental friendliness and the absence of toxic residues on the surface. At the same time, oxygen-containing disinfectants are characterized by a wide antimicrobial spectrum and act not only on vegetative forms, but also have sporicidal properties. Taken together, these facts made it possible to create the composition “Alcoperite”, for mainly aerosol disinfection. The absence of body-toxic components in its composition allows it to be used in the presence of animals. However, the data available in the literature indicate the dependence of the activity of chemicals on the size of aerosol particles. The properties of disinfectants largely depend not only on its composition, but also on the method and modes of its use. It is important to comprehensively study all possible options for both expected and adverse effects from the disinfection performed.
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Research Article| June 20 2023
Safe for animals aerosoliation mode of disinfectant Alcoperite
AIP Conf. Proc. 2817, 020004 (2023)
Tatyana Zabolockaya, Alexandra Shtaufen, Vladislav Kostylev; Safe for animals aerosoliation mode of disinfectant Alcoperite. AIP Conf. Proc. 20 June 2023; 2817 (1): 020004. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0148193
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