povidine-iodine

povidine-iodine

A topical solution used for neonatal conjunctivitis–ophthalmia neonatorum; in contrast to silver nitrate, erythromycin, etc., PI is less costly, toxic, and more efficient, has a broad antibacterial spectrum, and antiviral–anti-HIV, herpes simplex activity
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b) The agent, dosage, route of administration, and frequency of administration for the initial and definitive treatments were as follows: Bactroban ointment = applied topically thrice daily intranasally and to the lesions for at least 10 to 14 days; Ceftriaxone = ceftriaxone sulfate 250 mg intramuscularly each day; Cephalexin = cephalexin 500 mg orally 4 times each day; Chlorhexidine detergent = 4% chlorhexidine gluconate liquid detergent, used topically on the lesions and surrounding area each day when bathing; Clindamycin = clindamycin 300 mg orally 4 times each day; Povidine-iodine soap = either 7.
Crude Iodine, Povidine-iodine (idophors), Sodium Iodide,
END-USE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 28 Major Applications 28 Animal Feed 28 Catalysts 28 Pharmaceuticals 28 Human Health 29 Human Nutrition 29 Contrast Media 29 Commonly Used Ionic and Non-ionic Contrast Agents with Details of Iodine Content and Osmolarity Levels 30 Biocides 30 Agrochemicals 30 Stabilizers 30 Optical Polarizing Film (OPF) 31 Other Uses 31 Inks and colorants 31 Photographic Equipment 31 Table 8: Iodine Consumption as Compounds (2009): Percentage Share Breakdown by Iodine Compounds - Organic Compounds, Crude Iodine, Povidine-iodine (idophors), Sodium Iodide, Potassium Iodide and Others (includes Corresponding Graph/Chart) 31 6.