pHisoHex

pHisoHex

 [fi´so-heks]
trademark for an emulsion containing hexachlorophene; used as a skin cleanser.

pHisoHex

a trademark for a detergent containing a topical antibiotic (hexachlorophene).

pHisoHex

(fī′sō-hĕks)
Trade name for an antibacterial skin cleanser containing hexachlorophene as the main ingredient.
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Most of these sequences appear to be observed from life as it passes in direct-cinema fashion, but internal evidence corroborates accounts that others were staged: Conversation reveals that the aforementioned "semen" was actually pHisoHex, a skin cleanser, applied to the woman's torso for the benefit of the camera; before dumping the television, Richards is heard asking Frank, "Tell us when?
In this transitional time, Heighway, naked from the waist up, advertised an anti-bacterial skin cleanser called pHisoHex.
Antibacterial soaps such as Phisohex or Hibiclens are helpful if used on a daily basis.
WASHING skin very gently with a cleansing lotion such as Phisohex, gently massaging it into the skin to form a lather.
Phisohex, Burrow's solution, betadine) - should not be used concurrently with enzyme debriding agents.
1968), a nurse gave an oral dose of PhisoHex antibacterial scrub instead of milk of magnesia.
Sterling Winthrop will retain hospital and other institutional pHisoDerm sales, the pHisoHex prescription product line and all pHiso businesses outside the USA, Canada and Puerto Rico.
When three-year-old Julie was diagnosed as having a seizure disorder, the mother, searching for her own cause for the seizure disorder, decided she had caused her daughter's medical problem because she bathed her in Phisohex.
Wash your face morning and night with an antiseptic surgical wash like Phisohex.
Enlist someone to wash your back morning or evening with an antibacterial cleanser like Phisohex.