merbromin

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merbromin

[mər′brō·mən]
(organic chemistry)
C20H8O6Na2Br2Hg A green crystalline powder that gives a deep-red solution in water; used as an antiseptic.
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A 20% total body surface area (TBSA) burn was lethal, children were grouped together, at times 3 in a bed, and treated with tub hydrotherapy, topical mercurochrome and open dressing techniques.
solution at room temperature, stained when necessary with mercurochrome.
My essays would not be mine without the influence of her prose's Mercurochrome aesthetic, her stern, self-conscious, tense sentences.
Even after mercury-based syphilis treatments were halted in the early twentieth century, medical use persisted in such applications as Mercurochrome antiseptics and mercury- based teething powders.
smelled the cutting odors of iodine, raw adhesive, and pink Mercurochrome, so strong it was bitter to the tongue.
asks Wanda Coleman, Los Angeles poet and author of the award-winning Bath water Wine and Mercurochrome, who has been writing and performing for 30 years.
Otomycosis -- a clinico-mycological study and efficacy of mercurochrome in its treatment.
What I wanted, the thing I wanted--it was to become a little girl again, in saddle shoes, with a dab of Mercurochrome on my knee.
Desperate for the soul-letting," the poems in Mercurochrome own an impressive spectrum of influence.
I have tried applying iodine, mercurochrome, Mercura-Clear, Banalog, and Desenex.
Comme le relate une informatrice, on pouvait partout utiliser de la cendre, mais dans une famille donnee on preferait la cendre de cigare et dans une autre, la cendre de chauffage; ou encore, contre la picotte (varicelle), toutes les femmes interrogees proposaient la purgation, mais certaines ajoutaient des bains de bicarbonate de soude et d'autres appliquaient plutot du Mercurochrome sur les papules.
Several substances, such as fluorescein and mercurochrome, are known to cause high fluorescence signals and have been shown to interfere with TDx assays (19, 20).