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Ian Seppelt seppelt at med.usyd.edu.au
Sat May 28 21:43:23 BST 2011


I have also seen iatrogenic iodine toxicity after povidone irrigation of peritoneum. 

Ian

On 29/05/2011, at 5:52 AM, Krin135 at aol.com wrote:

> I know that it was used as an orthopedic and muscle wound irrigant for many 
> years.
> 
> I know of several surgeons who would irrigate the abdominal cavity with  
> povidone/iodine solution mixed with 5 parts sterile saline (and then suction 
> out  the fluid), with no apparent problems for the patient.
> 
> ck
> 
> 
> In a message dated 05/28/11 14:41:35 Central Daylight Time, nappio at aol.com  
> writes:
> 
> Anyone  know whether Dakins irrigant can be used internally for necrotic 
> pancreas  after necrosectomy with heavy resistant pseudomonas burden?
> 
> Sent from  my Verizon Wireless Phone
> 
> Mathias Kalkum <listen at doc-kalkum.de>  wrote:
> 
>> Guy,
>> 
>>> Or lend any clotting  capacity?
>> 
>> sure!
>> 
>> Mathias
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