The clinical efficacy of Diphoterine® in the management of cutaneous chemical burns: a 2-year evaluation study.

@article{ZackWilliams2015TheCE,
  title={The clinical efficacy of Diphoterine® in the management of cutaneous chemical burns: a 2-year evaluation study.},
  author={Shomari D L Zack-Williams and Zeeshan Asim Ahmad and Naiem S. Moiemen},
  journal={Annals of burns and fire disasters},
  year={2015},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          9-12
        }
}
Diphoterine(®) is an amphoteric irrigating agent for the treatment of chemical burns and rapidly neutralises both acids and alkalis faster than water alone. Diphoterine(®) is widely used as a first aid agent in a wide range of industries globally. This is a retrospective review of the clinical use of Diphoterine(®) on chemical burns in an adult tertiary referral burn centre, often with a delay of several hours after the injury. patients admitted with chemical burns within 24 hours of the… CONTINUE READING
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