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Patients were treated by the RN staff following education concerning the study protocol and product information guidelines for the cyanoacrylate liquid skin protectant (see Table 2).
Rhus dermatitis can be reduced or prevented with bentonite clay lotion and a topical skin protectant
Critic-Aid anorectal skin protectant provides protection and temporary relief from skin irritation caused by severe or chronic diarrhea and enzymatic drainage, offering added protection by adhering to wet, weepy skin.
Below the protectant, laminates have a highly compressed paper liner with a photographic image of wood.
Additionally, Healthpoint will pursue the measures required to allow this skin protectant drug to be used for the minimization of recurring dermatitis related to the contact of skin to a multitude of irritants, such as poison oak and sumac, poison ivy, and bodily fluids.
K-Pak Reconstruct Leave-in Protectant by Joico: This is a foaming leave-in protectant that seals the cuticle and provides a protective barrier using antioxidants such as guava extract and vitamins C and E.
Products include fungicides, insecticides and biologicals; stored grain protectants and a broad line of seed conditioning and treating equipment.
Our standard for sunscreen is extremely high with our acclaimed Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant being renowned by our many users and Hollywood celebrities for its superb feel, antioxidant protection and skin balancing benefits.
Sensi-Care Clear Zinc Skin Protectant is formulated with Zinc Oxide known for its mild antibacterial activity and skin-soothing properties and Dimethicone, which keeps away water to assist keep skin dry.
AM: The business connection between crop protectant and seed companies is obvious.
Florida's NVID International said that it is testing an environmentally-safe liquid disinfectant, Microsafe F-5A, as a bee protectant.
His preliminary data indicate that the leading candidate protectant, best known as EDU, "was detrimental to plant growth" under all but extreme ozone concentrations.