Definition of Eusol
1. an antiseptic solution [n -S]
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Literary usage of Eusol
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1. Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Preventive Medicine by G. Koehler, Bernard Fantus, William Augustus Evans (1921)
"The Intravenous Use of eusol. AL Gregg,3 in view of a number of favorable ... For practical purposes it was found convenient to have the eusol made up of ..."
2. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1918)
"eusol.—A solution containing 0.27% hypochlorous acid and known as ... The clear solution is eusol. It must be kept in tightly closed bottles. ..."
3. Report on Medical and Surgical Developments of the War by William Seaman Bainbridge (1919)
"In smaller quantities, eusol is advantageously prepared, at a moment's notice, by diluting and mixing two stable stock solutions, as follows: Preparation of ..."
4. Hygiene of Communicable Diseases: A Handbook for Sanitarians, Medical by Francis Merton Munson, John Harington, Francis Randolph Packard, Fielding Hudson Garrison (1920)
"eusol is a clear solution containing 0.27 per cent hypo- chlorous acid. ... The clear solution is eusol. It must be kept in tightly closed bottles. ..."
5. Annals of Ophthalmology (1917)
"The eusol was used for the following reasons: "1. ... The fifty treated with eusol took an aggregate time of three hundred and three days to cure. ..."
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