- tri·clo·car·ban .trī-.klō-'kär-.ban n an antiseptic C13H9Cl3N2O used esp. in soaps
* * *tri·clo·car·ban (tri″klo-kahrґban) a disinfectant, effective against gram-positive bacteria and to a lesser extent against gram-negative bacteria and against fungi; used in the preparation of soaps and other cleansing products and dermatological compositions to control skin infections.
Medical dictionary. 2011.