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Dakin's solution, classed as an unstable solution, had to be made up to a specific concentration shortly before administration.
Hydrogen peroxide is toxic to newly formed cells, and Dakin's solution should not be used in acute wounds.
Wet-to-dry dressings are good for superficial debridement but should be used only with saline; Betadine, Dakin's solution, and hydrogen peroxide are toxic and tend to inhibit granulation, Dr.