Medical devices that are being touted as an anti-infective have also been found to contain harmful chemicals. 

In fact, according to a report by the American Medical Association, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found more than 40 new chemicals found in medical devices and devices that provide medical care. 

The most recent chemical found in the CDC report was found in a new type of hand sanitizer that is supposed to be used to prevent the spread of urinary tract infections. 

Researchers found that the product was actually a chemical used in a number of other medical products.

The company behind the hand sanitiser, American Chemical Company (ACO), said the new product is intended for use in “a variety of health care settings.” 

The report found that, in addition to the disinfectant used in the hand washing product, the product contained several other chemicals, including formaldehyde, which is used to make plastics. 

But while the report found a chemical called formaldehyde in the product, that chemical is not the only one found in hand sanitisers.

The report also found that some of the chemicals were also found in some of ACO’s other products.

According to the report, in all, the FDA found more that 70 new chemicals that have not yet been approved for use. 

While the FDA said that these chemicals have not been shown to pose a health risk to people, there have been concerns that they could have serious consequences for people’s health. 

“Many of the [hand sanitizers] tested by the FDA had the same or similar chemical compositions as previously approved sanitizants, but did not contain the same amount of these chemicals,” the FDA’s statement reads.

“The products tested were not used for any purpose other than to help keep hands clean, and some of these products also contained other chemicals that are known to cause cancer and other health problems.”

The FDA also said that the manufacturers of these sanitizes should consider using better manufacturing methods to prevent contamination. 

American Chemical Company has not yet responded to a request for comment.

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