In each case the preliminary irrigation with the corrosive sublimate solution is dispensed with.
The chloride is very poisonous, and is known as corrosive sublimate.
The protochloride of mercury likewise sublimes, but it does not undergo fusion first, as is the case with the corrosive sublimate.
corrosive sublimate, a poisonous substance, composed of chlorine and quicksilver.
Two remarkable cases of death from the external use of corrosive sublimate are recorded by Anderseck.
He advised me to use, as a wash to the irritated and irritable surface, a weak solution of corrosive sublimate.
When taken internally, the symptoms are scarcely different from those produced by corrosive sublimate.
Of course the poisonous nature of corrosive sublimate necessitates caution in its use and it should be always labelled as such.
corrosive sublimate not only stops all bacterial growth, but quickly destroys the life of the cells.
Turning ferric salts red, and the red colour not being destroyed by the action of corrosive sublimate.