Ethacridine Lactate

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Ethacridine Lactate

 

(also Rivanol), an antiseptic. Ethacridine lactate fights microbes, especially streptococci. When used in the treatment of wounds, the antiseptic is applied in the form of an aqueous solution. It is applied in the form of a rinse or ointment to the mucous membranes of the mouth, pharynx, and nose, and it is used in dermatology in the form of powders, ointments, or pastes.

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Ozellikle antiseptikler, rivanol, lugol, benzalkonyum klorid, polivinil iyot bilesikleri, klorhekzidin, benzalkonyum klorid, cetrimide bu sekilde cok kullanilir (1,3,6).
The buffered acidified plate antigen (BAPA) test, the Rose Bengal plate test, the standard tube agglutination test, and the Rivanol test were used as described (6-8).
Olivieri, "Simultaneous Multivariate Spectrophotometric Analysis of Ear Drops Containing a Ternary Mixture of Antipyrine, Sulfathiazole, and Rivanol," Anal.
In the early 1990s the drug Rivanol was being used to provide young Cuban women with chemically induced abortions.
The generic name for Rivanol is ethacidrine lactate.
Used for abortion in the first and second trimesters, Rivanol is injected into the amniotic sac.
Comparison of the results of card, rivanol, complement-fixation, and milk ring tests with the isolation rate of Brucella abortus from cattle.