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Betadine

 [ba´tah-dēn]
trademark for preparations of povidone-iodine, a topical antiinfective.

Betadine

(bā′tə-dīn′)
A trademark for an over-the-counter preparation of povidone iodine.

Betadine

a trademark for a topical antiinfective (povidone-iodine).

Betadine®

Povidone-iodine Nursing A popular topical antiseptic used as a surgical scrub

Betadine

The brand name for POVIDONE IODINE, a mild antiseptic, which is used as a surgical scrub or as a lotion, ointment, mouthwash or gargle.

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betadine (bāˑ·t·dīn),

n an antiseptic agent used topically to destroy microbes. In comparison to iodine, it is less likely to sensitize or sting the affected area. It is also soluble in water and will not permanently stain clothes. Also called
povidone-iodine.

Betadine

a proprietary name for povidone-iodine.
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The expert further noted that the good doctor's own expert failed to recognize that the blister was, in fact, a pressure sore, which when painted with Betadine, which once absorbed, can penetrate into the deepest levels of skin, causing burns, which, in turn, cause increased pressure in the deeper skin layers, thus causing further erosion and destruction of the underlying tissue, resulting in "full-thickness" destruction of the patient's skin and musculature.
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Cholkeri-Singh replies: I gently spread the labia, exposing the introitus, and place a large cotton-tip swab soaked in Betadine through the introitus all the way to the cervix and vaginal fornices.
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Then, in first stage, each subject scrubbed their hands with Betadine (povidone iodine 7.
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