povidone


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po·vi·done

 (pō′vĭ-dōn′)
n.
A polymer used as a vehicle for a drug, especially iodine.

[po(ly)vi(nylpyrroli)done.]
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2 % Chlorhexidine Gluconate in 70 % Alcohol Solution 4 % Chlorhexidine Gluconate in 70 % Alcohol Solution 10 % Povidone Iodine in Alcohol Solution 10 % Povidone Iodine Solution Plastic Bottles available in sizes between 50ml to 500ml.
Patients with any of the following were excluded from the study: hospitalization within past 3 months; a history of antibiotic use within the past 3 months; being in close proximity to other ill patients in the hospital or in their household; allergy to povidone iodine and an infectious indication for surgery.
Aims and Objective: To compare the microbiological response and clinical efficacy of superoxidized solution versus povidone iodine in the management of lower limb ulcers.
Capriotti and her colleagues have developed a topical treatment that contains dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) combined with dilute povidone iodine, which is applied to the lid margin of the closed eye.
This study aims at evaluating the efficacy of Nanosilver dressing versus Povidone iodine dressing in terms of rapidity of healing, early control of infection with appearance of granulation tissue and the overall duration of hospital stay and cost of treatment.
It was dressed with Povidone iodine prior to its presentation.
Dubai: A new research conducted on Povidone Iodine, a broad-spectrum antiseptic shows it to be 99.
In this present study wound healing accelerating properties of chitosan alone and with povidone iodine combinations were used on cutaneous wounds to study its efficacy in rabbits.
5% povidone iodine as an irrigating agent on control of pain and swelling following removal of bilaterally impacted lower third molars.
Unlike other feminine wash brands which commonly use lactic acid, Betadine has povidone iodine as its active ingredient, which acts more as an antiseptic to help protect women against vaginal infection.
In the trials, honey gave better results in comparison to Povidone iodine ( Betadine), which is normally used for wound healing purpose," said Dr Anurag Srivastava, professor of surgery at AIIMS.
Alcoholic solutions are more effective than other solutions such as chlorhexidine gluconate and aqueous povidone iodine, particularly for resident micro-organisms, so it would be better to use alcohol-based solutions for surgical hand hygiene among operating room staff (Kampf & Ostermyer 2011).