(n.) A liquid or semiliquid preparation of a consistence thinner than an ointment, applied to the skin by friction, esp. one used as a sedative or a stimulant.
(1) Intravesical instillations of 10% dibunol liniment were used for the treatment of 132 patients with bladder tumors.
(2) The most common dosage forms were creams, liniments and mixtures.
(3) Furthermore, the intraindividual variation of local capillary blood flow and vasodilatation was imitated by a rubefacient liniment (Forapin) applied to the three sites.
(4) The patient had a history of liniment ingestion in childhood plus a long history of dysphagia and substernal pain.
(5) In this study massage is defined as small circular movements with the fingertips using liniment.
(6) This combination has been effectively treated with oral undevit, vitamin B15, Quater's mixture, elenium, and external 2% alcohol solution of salicylic acid, fukorcin, 10% streptocide liniment, lorinden C, ftorocort, cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen, electrocoagulation.
(7) Stale layers of sweat were sweetened by liniment oil and disinfectant.
(8) The antiulcer effect of two medicinal forms (oil solution, liniment) of dibunol in rats with different models of the stomach and duodenum ulcers was studied.
(9) A new peplomycin (PEP) preparation was employed as an emulsion form in hydroxypropylcellulosum (HPC), which is familiar to have a liniment effect with a strong affinity to mucosa of the organ, in the management of 6 patients with bladder tumors.
(10) Analysis of the treatment results in 85 patients with occupational skin diseases, working at the Kineskop industrial amalgamation in Lvov, evidences that application of a liniment containing riboxin (10%) and dimexide (40-50%) results in a marked clinical effect and normalization of impaired protective-barrier function of the skin.
(11) Local dibunol liniment has been effective in therapy of the mucosal erosions.
(12) These include iatrogenic skin diseases caused by external medicine; skin tumors caused by methylrosaniline chloride (Pyoktanin); atrophy of the skin due to steroidal liniments; nevus and tumor diseases, such as nevoxanthoendothelioma and Letterer-Siwe disease.
(13) An elderly woman developed lipoid pneumonia due to the inhalation of mist from a spray lubricant that she was using as a liniment for sore back and neck muscles.
(14) The persons with scabies were treated with crotamiton liniment.
(15) The liniment used is a topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory preparation containing two active constituents, 3-phenylpropylsalicylate and ethyl-5-methoxysalicylate, in solution in isobutyl decanoate.
(n.) That which serves to anoint; any soft unctuous substance used for smearing or anointing; an unguent.
(1) Withdrawal of the drug and application of all-trans retinoic acid ointment resulted in resolving of the keratinisation.
(2) The activity was similar to that of 0.1% phenylbutazone ointment.
(3) The blanching activities and hence bioavailabilities of the cream, ointment and fatty ointment preparations of Nerisone and Temetex (diflucortolone valerate 0.1%) were evaluated using an occluded and unoccluded blanching assay.
(4) A 66-year-old female developed increasing eczematous reactions after treatment of her leg ulcer with a corticoid ointment.
(5) The object was to study the influence of concentration, contact time, psoriasis type, self-treatment at home, frequency of application, ointment base, and the admixture of corticosteroids on the efficacy of "minutes therapy."
(6) Treatments for jock itch include anti-fungal ointments and lotions, or anti-fungal pills for severe cases.
(7) For comparison, the same characteristics of currently used 20% water-soap benzylbenzoate emulsion and of the new ointment base, SAKAP (acryl copolymer), have been examined.
(8) To demonstrate the effect of topical vitamin A ointment upon the healing of corneoscleral incisions, rabbits were incised bilaterally.
(9) 10 coumarins used in perfumery, cosmetics and ointments, have been investigated by 2 different methods to determine their sensitizing capacity.
(10) The addition of MBS to povidone-iodine cream did not produce as significant an improvement in results as its addition to povidone-iodine ointment.
(11) Allergic contact dermatitis to nitrofurazone has been reported from Europe and elsewhere from the use of eyedrops and topical ointments, and the drug in some livestock feeds and veterinary medications has caused a few cases of allergic contact dermatitis in humans.
(12) Two additional plaques were evaluated in each patient; one was left untreated, and another was treated topically with either placebo ointment or betamethasone ointment.
(13) Sorbitan monooleate had no enhancer effect for the IND-Ca gel ointment, while the addition of calcium thioglycolate dramatically decreased the absorption of IND-Ca due to powdering of the ointment.
(14) These ointments, which are marketed as nonsterile products, are similar to those used for hemostatic packing in otolaryngologic surgery.
(15) Only 4% of the patients rated the tolerance of the ointment or cream as moderate or bad.
(16) The increase of d-limonene concentration in the gel ointments was directly proportional to the accumulation of ethanol in the skin.
(17) Sodium salicylate had a marked effect on the release of benzocaine, depending upon the the type of vehicle, with the largest increase observed for the water-miscible base, polyethylene glycol (macrogol ointment BPC).
(18) Thirty-five patients presenting with phthiriasis palpebrarum were all treated with a regimen of 1% yellow oxide of mercury ointment four times daily for 14 days.
(19) A double-blind randomized study to compare the plasma cortisol values at both 9.00 a.m. and 12 midnight following topical application fo 10 g daily for 7 days of either diflucortolone valerate 0.3% (Nerisone Forte) ointment or clobetasol propionate 0.05% (Dermovate) ointment in 20 hospital inpatients suffering from severe psoriasis, showed that clinically both compounds behaved as potent, highly active topical preparations and caused rapid clinical improvement.
(20) Compared to the ointment base, the steroid-treated area was significantly hypoxic up to 13 h after application.