tincture of iodine


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tincture of iodine

[′tiŋk·chər əv ′ī·ə‚dīn]
(pharmacology)
A medicinal preparation used as an anti-infective containing 20 grams iodine and 24 grams sodium iodide in 1000 milliliters of alcohol. Also known as iodine solution; iodine tincture.
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Effect of thiabendazole and tincture of iodine on cattle ringworm caused by Trichophyton verrucosum.
Before starting the operation, the scrotum and sheath were thoroughly cleaned with soap and water followed by application of tincture of iodine as an antiseptic.
Indeed, tincture of iodine, iodoform, or one of the iodides, was applied to almost every case that resisted the ordinary routine of practice; and between 1820 and 1840 there appeared a remarkable series of essays and monographs testifying to the extraordinary benefits to be achieved by this new and potent remedy.
The foal's navel stump should be dipped in tincture of iodine (7% solution), tamed iodine, or chlorhexadine (Nolvasan) solution as soon as the cord breaks, to guard against infection.
In 1819, he tested tincture of iodine at 250 mg/day, an excessive amount by today's standard, in 150 goiter patients with great success.
Buy a small bottle of USP Tincture of Iodine from your drugstore.
Because we were conducting evaluations on tincture of iodine as a possible substitute for povidone iodine, we decided to use both solutions to see which was most effective.
Once a day give the cow 20 drops of tincture of iodine in the feed.
SSKI) B) Tincture of iodine C) Lugol solution 2) Radioactive iodides for Carcinogenic, Cytotoxic diagnostic and tnerapeutic purposes ORGANIC 1) Naturally occurring Safe within physiologic ranges A) Thyroid hormones B) Thyroidal iodolipids 2) Man-made Extremely toxic A) Radiographic contrast media B) Iodine-containing drugs (i.