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Minnich S M - - 1991
The effectiveness of oxyquinoline ointment for diaper dermatitis was tested in a randomized double-blind trial. Compared to a combined control treatment group using Desitin or A & D ointment, use of oxyquinoline ointment significantly improved rash.
Relevancy Score: Relevancy Score: 999
Andersen Alan - - 2006
Oxyquinoline is a heterocyclic phenol and Oxyquinoline Sulfate is its salt, both of which are described as cosmetic biocides for use in cosmetic formulations. In an earlier Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) safety assessment, the available data were found insufficient to support safety. Currently, some uses are reported to the Food ...
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BASNUEVO J G - - 1950
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Guy-Grand B - - 1983
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Soffer M - - 1983
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Hansson O - - 1977
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Marsden P D - - 1971
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Hansson O - - 1980
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Burley D M - - 1971
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KARBER G - - 1950
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Kaeser H E - - 1970
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Weyers H - - 1972
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Fog T - - 1971
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Mason R W - - 1984
Death occurred in sheep following diethylamine oxyquinoline sulphonate (DOS) copper injections given at recommended dose rates. The copper content in unused portions of DOS copper packs was normal and free of bacterial contamination. Liver and blood copper levels in dead and sick sheep were not high. Sick sheep showed signs ...
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Nikiforov Iu F - - 1975
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Newman L G - - 1991
OBJECTIVE: The prevalence of osteomyelitis in diabetic foot ulcers is unknown. Early diagnosis of this infection is critical, as prompt antibiotic treatment decreases the rate of amputation. We therefore assessed the prevalence of osteomyelitis in 35 diabetic patients with 41 foot ulcers. We compared results of roentgenograms, leukocyte scans with ...
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Bouziri Asma - - 2010
Toxic methemoglobinemia is an uncommon blood disorder induced by exposure to certain oxidizing agents and drugs. In severe cases, this condition may rapidly lead to major cardiopulmonary compromise and constitutes an emergency requiring prompt recognition and early management. We report an unusual case of severe toxic methemoglobinemia following wide cutaneous ...
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Gerding G A - - 1992
This study compared DermaMend and A & D for treating Stage I and Stage II skin lesions in nursing home residents. DermaMend led to more healing (p < .05) and more rapid healing (p < .03 Stage II lesions). Nurses preferred DermaMend over A & D 79.5% to 4% (16.5% ...
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Mahmoud O H - - 1982
Subcutaneous injections of copper methionate, copper calcium edetate and copper oxyquinoline sulphonate were given to Welsh ewes in doses which provided amounts of copper ranging from 0 . 3 to 4 . 0 mg/kg bodyweight. The effect on the liver copper content was studied by analysing serial biopsy samples. The ...
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Chattopadhyay D - - 1988
A rapid method for banding plant chromosomes using hydrochloric acid with orcein is suggested. The technique has been successful in both dioecious and monoecious families with short chromosomes. It involves pretreatment with an oxyquinoline-paradichlorobenzene mixture, fixation in acetic ethanol and treatment with hydrochloric acid at 60 C followed by staining ...
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