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- History of Egyptian Medicine and Philosophy
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- Active Ingredient/s. Product Indications or Claims. Reason.
- COMPARISON OF THE ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF TOPICAL
- Five topical antiseptic creams namely, TCP® (containing chlorine, iodine and phenol), Det- suggest that the use of topical antiseptic creams for the initial treatment of full-thickness skin wounds ..
- Your drinking water
- stopped by renewing the pipework in the property. Chlorine, antiseptic or. TCP- like taste or smell.
- Granted marketing authorisations (MAs) published in November
- Active Ingredient. Quantity Units. Legal.
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- TCP (antiseptic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- TCP Liquid's active ingredients are halogenated phenols and phenol.
- What exactly does the antiseptic TCP contain?
- She tells me that the antiseptic TCP originally contained trichlorophenylmethyliodosalicyl, but that it was replaced by other active ingredients in the 1950s.
- TCP Antiseptic Liquid - Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC
- Active ingredients: TCP Liquid Antiseptic is an aqueous solution of Phenol 0.175 % w/v and halogenated phenols 0.68% w/v.
- T.C.P. Liquid Antiseptic Original 200ml - Boots
- TCP Liquid Antiseptic and 160Original. Soothes pain Do not use if you have an allergic skin condition or are sensitive to the active ingredients.
- TCP - General - Freshwater Angling - SEALINE - South African
- Trusted TCP Antiseptic withdrawn from market. March 06, 2006 Edition 1.
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