parachlorophenol

parachlorophenol

 [par″ah-klo″ro-fe´nol]
a local antiinfective agent used in dentistry.

par·a·chlor·o·phe·nol

(par'ă-klōr'ō-fē'nol),
A disinfectant effective against most gram-negative organisms; also available as camphorated parachlorophenol.

par·a·chlor·o·phe·nol

(par'ă-klōr'ō-fē'nol)
A disinfectant effective against most gram-negative organisms.
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The only respondent who did not teach FS reported teaching the use of 'Caustinerf' (lidocaine 36%, paraformaldehyde 18%, camphor 13% and parachlorophenol 8%, made by Septodont) for vital pulpotomies.
2]) was introduced as early as 1920, [Hermann, 1920] and it was suggested very early on that this material mixed with camphorated parachlorophenol (CMCP) would induce a calcified barrier across the apex [Kaiser, 1964].