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The effect of some ointment bases on the systemic absorption of tobramycin from various wound surfaces of burned patients

Burns, Including Thermal Injury

Apr 1, 1984

Hiroyuki AoyamaJiro Okuda

PMID: 6713243

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Three kinds of 0.2 per cent tobramycin ointment were prepared with tobramycin and 3 ointment bases (cream, polyethylene glycol and hydrophilic petrolatum), and applied to the various wound surfaces of 5 burned patients. The systemic absorptions of tobramycin were compared with the value...read more

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Polyethylene Glycols
Tobramycin
Petrolatum, Hydrophilic
Tobracin
Vigilon
Tobramycin Measurement
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Paste Substance
Ulcer
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The effect of some ointment bases on the systemic absorption of tobramycin from various wound surfaces of burned patients

Burns, Including Thermal Injury

Apr 1, 1984

Hiroyuki AoyamaJiro Okuda

PMID: 6713243

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Abstract

Three kinds of 0.2 per cent tobramycin ointment were prepared with tobramycin and 3 ointment bases (cream, polyethylene glycol and hydrophilic petrolatum), and applied to the various wound surfaces of 5 burned patients. The systemic absorptions of tobramycin were compared with the value...read more

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Polyethylene Glycols
Tobramycin
Petrolatum, Hydrophilic
Tobracin
Vigilon
Paper Details
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