Antibacterials are medications that stop the growth and spread of bacteria in a person’s organism. They are not the same as antibiotics, though both are designed to treat bacterial infections.
At the present moment under the term of antibacterial is meant the medication that is designed to fight harmful bacteria as well as threat the bacteria-affected surfaces. They differ from antibiotics in a way that the latter are mostly used as medications and the former are more frequently found in various household and skin and health products. The most frequent examples are soap and detergents or cleaners.
They can be divided into two groups in accordance with their effect: some act very fast and destroy bacteria in a rapid way, but they are also fast to evaporate or dissolve (non-residue-producing). Others have prolonged action and are called residue-producing.
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