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To report the clinical course in accidental exposure of the cornea to antiseptic solutions in 3 cases.
Observational case series. Exposure to 20% chlorhexidine gluconate solution was observed in 2 cases and to 10% benzalkonium chloride solution in 1 case.
In published reports of naphazoline ingestion, clinical effects are hypertension, bradycardia, pallor, diaphoresis, and respiratory distress. We report three cases of acute pulmonary edema after the intentional ingestion of naphazoline-containing antiseptic first aid liquid. These cases presented
In a study of the corneal toxicity of some commonly used presurgical skin antiseptics, we used biomicroscopy, corneal pachymetry, healing studies, and electron microscopy to compare tincture of iodine (2% iodine, 2.35% sodium iodine, and 46% ethanol), Hibiclens (4% chlorhexidine and 4% isopropyl
Corneal abrasion is the most common ocular complication associated with nonocular surgery, but toxic keratopathy is rare.
Three patients developed severe toxic keratopathy after orofacial surgery on the left side with general anesthesia. All patients underwent surgery in the right
Chronic wound does not heal within the expected time frame because it remains in the inflammation phase of healing. The reason for this is the presence of necrotic tissue and a large number of microorganisms, primarily bacteria that secrete the biofilm, along with ischemia, hypoxia and edema.
Sepsis is a systemic inflammatory response to infection and severe sepsis patients can develop acute lung and liver injury. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of Holothuria atra methanolic body wall extract (HaE), as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent against induced
The epidemiology, mechanics, prevention, pharmacology, clinical manifestations, and treatment of snakebites are reviewed. Poisonous snakes bite approximately 8000 persons annually in the United States, causing approximately 12-15 deaths per year. Pit vipers (rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths,
Povidone-iodine (polyvinylpyrrolidone iodine, PI), which is commonly used as a pre- and postoperative oral antiseptic, has been reported to cause pneumonia secondary to its pulmonary aspiration. Because no studies have yet investigated the underlying mechanisms of PI-induced pneumonia, we
One hundred and fifty goats were diagnosed as having proven gangrenous mastitis. The disease was categorized into early, intermediate and late stages. Gangrenous mastitis in goats is typified by a sudden onset, dark hyperemia, and edema with progressive discoloration of the distal part of the udder.
A fatality of an inpatient ingesting a disinfectant containing ethanol, propan-1-ol, and propan-2-ol is reported. The alleged survival time was about 1 h. Major findings at autopsy were an extended hemorrhagic lung edema, an edematous brain, and shock kidneys. Concentrations of alcohols and acetone,
Burns are known as one of the most common and destructive forms of injury with a vast spectrum of consequences. Despite the discovery of various antibacterial and antiseptic agents, burn wound healing still has remained a challenge to modern medicine. Plants have been considered as potential agents
The essential oil of Lippia sidoides (EOLS) has been used in Brazilian folk medicine as a topical antiseptic agent in skin for treatment of wounds and superficial infections of the body. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of EOLS on intact and damaged skin, including its
Flumequine (1 200 mg/day) was prescribed as treatment for infection of the urinary tract to three patients with chronic renal failure, who reported positive scotoma three days later. Ophthalmologic examination evinced bilateral symmetrical macular bullae. A characteristic yellow papule was present
Constricting devices or misappropriated means are either used to increase sexual performance or for autoerotic actions. They can lead to edema, maceration, to local infections up to Fournier gangrene or penile necrosis with or without involvement of the urethra. Injuries by these means
Povidone-iodine is most commonly used worldwide because of its germicidal activity, relatively low irritancy or toxicity and low cost. Frequently, povidone-iodine is used as a topical antiseptic for treating and preventing wound infection. In rare cases skin irritation or iododerma-like eruption