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Eusol

Known as: Edinburgh University solution of lime, eusol solution 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2014
2014
This study was conducted to compare the quantitative and qualitative indices of the donated corneas maintained in either Optisol… Expand
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2005
Highly Cited
2005
OBJECTIVE To clinically compare the healing of abscess wounds dressed with either crude undiluted honey or Edinburgh University… Expand
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2004
2004
Background: Fournier’s gangrene is a difficult infective condition to treat. We report our experience of the management of this… Expand
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2003
2003
OBJECTIVE To compare topical diphenylhydantoin (phenytoin) with Edinburgh University solution of lime (EUSOL) in terms of rate of… Expand
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1992
1992
expertise in this field.'> In view of the medicolegal and other implications of this article, I wish to state that I and many… Expand
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1990
Highly Cited
1990
An established wound model in the pig has been modified using a Stomahesive ring to enable study of the effects of fluids used in… Expand
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1989
1989
One hundred and seventy-two burn wound swabs obtained from 90 patients admitted to the Aljila Hospital Burn Unit, Benghazi over a… Expand
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1989
1989
We concluded that this patient had allergic contact dermatitis from flavine, but that he interestingly also had contact allergy… Expand
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1985
Highly Cited
1985
The effects of several antiseptic agents on granulation tissue were studied using rabbit ear chambers as models of the healing… Expand
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1981
1981
The diagnosis of gamma heavy-chain disease can be made only by immunochemical analysis of serum and urine. The case reported here… Expand
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