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Iodoform usage safe?

Iodoform usage safe?

For What?: Iodoform has been used as an antiseptic for almost 200 years. Iodoform-impregnated gauze is often used to pack open wounds, especially after abscess drainage. While it is effective to stop bleeding, it actually impedes healing. Therefore, despite its medicinal smell, i prefer to avoid using it except to temporarily control bleeding from an abscess cavity. ...Read more

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Is iodoform effective for wound care?

Is iodoform effective for wound care?

Yes: Iodoform is a cadexemer iodine paste preperation. Great wound care product turns into a clear gel after it has been in contact with a wound one of only a few products effective against wound biofilm must completely cleansed prior to reapplication h. ...Read more

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Will rubbing alcohol show up on a drug test?

Will rubbing alcohol show up on a drug test?

NO: It's the not the kind of alcohol that is tested for. However, I would not recommend that it be ingested. ...Read more

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What is etg test. And how long is alcohol detectable?

ETG Tests Alcohol: Some people claim that with this test it can be up to five to seven days. But, blood testing is even longer and hair testing is permanent until the hair is cut. Drug monitoring tests are getting more efficient and successful in catching those using substances. ...Read more

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How long does alcohol stay in my system for a saliva test?

How long does alcohol stay in my system for a saliva test?

Depends: Alcohol has an approximate detection time of 12-24 hrs,The detection time depends on the maximum level of blood alcohol content (BAC) which can vary. One serving of alcohol can be fully absorbed in the blood stream 30 min up to 2 hrs after intake. The body metabolizes aprox 0.25 oz per hour. The rate of metabolism depends on gender, size, weight, other food and drink. Account for test sensivity. ...Read more

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Can alcohol really stay in your system for three days and can a drug test detect alcohol that far back?

Doubt it: This may be disinformation intended to trouble you. Alcohol is burned by the body with zero-order kinetics -- steady rate. Perhaps there is a misunderstanding. If you are on an abstinence program, I do hope that you'll comply because you want to -- for the sake of those you love rather than your own sake. ...Read more