Pure alcohol (or rubbing alcohol) is very commonly used to disinfect shallow wounds.
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In medical documentation, alcohol is often abbreviated ETOH.
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One can find information on alcohol use while one is breastfeeding by checking out reputable medical sites. An excellent website for medical information in many areas in WebMD.
Alcohol is a drug, and alcohol addiction is the same thing as alcoholism. The term "addiction" is coming into use with respect to alcohol because of the non-medical and often emotional baggage that goes along with the word alcoholic.
ETOH is the medical abbreviation meaning ethanol, the kind of alcohol people drink
Fresh, prepared as a tea, mixed with alcohol (tincture) as a patch.
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ETOH is a medical abbreviation for ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, also called beverage alcohol.
Because denature alcohol is unfit for drinking to maintain the miss use of alcohol for drinking purpose, if it happen than alcohol will be sold out in medical store and any body can get it so....................it will break our chemical code and conduct.
Ethyl alcohol and beverage alcohol are the same thing. Alcohol can be absorbed through the skin. If you are subject to EtG testing, you could test positive. If you are given a normal immunoassay screen, you will be OK. Use gloves. Obviously, if you drink it you're caught.
Mixing any drugs with any alcohol is a medical no-no. Valium with alcohol turns the patient into a monster!
Isopropyl alcohol is also known as "rubbing alcohol," typically used in medical capacities as an antiseptic.
A baby being born with a medical problem.
Coke does not use alcohol but they use caffeine that people mistake for alcohol. Caffeine is like alcohol though.
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medical and recreational.
Alcohol does have anesthetic properties, but it isn't used for that purpose, in the medical industry.
Alcohol withdrawal is often conducted under medical supervision.