silver acetate


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silver acetate

[′sil·vər ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3COOAg A white powder, moderately soluble in water and nitric acid; used in medicine.
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This graft represents the next generation in antimicrobial grafts combining the well-known antimicrobial properties of silver acetate and triclosan.
While silver acetate and triclosan are effective antimicrobial agents alone, their power to prevent development of infection is intensified when combined and offers surgeons a vascular graft with increased antimicrobial properties[1].
Several manufacturers of the non-prescription products have discussed with FDA the possibility of conducting clinical trials on lobeline sulfate and silver acetate -- two ingredients in products now on the market.