Merthiolate


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Merthiolate

 [mer-thi´o-lāt]
trademark for preparations of thimerosal, a topical antibacterial.
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Geier, "A review of Thimerosal (Merthiolate) and its ethylmercury breakdown product: specific historical considerations regarding safety and effectiveness," Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part B, vol.
Four fresh human temporal bones were harvested and preserved with a 1:10,000 Merthiolate solution, as described by Heiland et al.
Problems associated with the use of Merthiolate as a preservative in anti-lymphocytic globulin.
Undaunted artists can even try diluted solutions of the medicinal dyes gentian violet and tincture of Merthiolate. They stain superbly.
Aunque normalmente son de una limpieza escrupulosa, a veces muestran lastimaduras, una una negra y rota, una rajada en la mejilla, un manchon de merthiolate en la frente.
Afler asepsis and disinfection of the surgical site with merthiolate, extraction was performed with anatomical tweezers and Hollemback 3s.
ANYONE WHO RECALLS the stinging sensation of having a skinned knee painted with a reddish-orange antiseptic called Merthiolate has an intimate acquaintance with thimerosal, simply another name for the bacteria-killing compound developed by Eli Lilly in 1929.
Patch testing can produce highly misleading results, including false-positive reactions to merthiolate, fragrance, lanolin, or nickel.
El merthiolate, el algodon y los curitas, en el bano, en el cajon de las medicinas".