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Literary usage of Eupad
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Therapeutic Gazette (1916)
"Sacs filled with eupad and salt in the proportion of one to three are ... A convenient method of combining the eupad with salt is to pack the wound with ..."
2. The Treatment of war wounds by William Williams Keen (1918)
"They devised two forms of its use—a powder which they named eupad, ... eupad consisted of equal weights of finely ground bleaching powder (chlorid of lime) ..."
3. Report on Medical and Surgical Developments of the War by William Seaman Bainbridge (1919)
"eupad is the name given to hypochlorous acid in powder form, and consists ... Packing with salt sacks (Gray's method), to which eupad powder has been added, ..."
4. A Manual of surgery for students and physicians by Francis T. Stewart (1921)
"eupad consists of equal parts of chlorinated lime and boric acid. ... is made by adding 25 grams of eupad to one litre of water. ..."
5. Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Nurses by Amy Elizabeth Pope (1921)
"It is said to be efficacious in the proportion of 1 part to 4000000 of water. eupad is a powdered preparation of chloride of lime and boric acid; ..."