iodized oil


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iodized oil

[ī·ə‚dīzd ′ȯil]
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A thick, viscous, oily liquid with a garliclike odor that is an iodine addition product of vegetable oil, containing about 40% organically combined iodine; used in medicine as a radiopaque medium for radiography.
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In developing countries, eradication of iodine deficiency has been accomplished by adding iodine drops to well water or injecting people with iodized oil.
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The central identity will be applied on health education media, iodized oil capsule bottles and iodized tea bricks, certified rapid iodized salt test kits and other materials within the health program.