A dusting powder composed of starch two parts, and boracic acid one part, may be dusted on after a cleansing with oil.
And the fingerprint equipment, is that the dusting powder you mentioned?
Used either as a dusting powder or mixed with a little oil or fat, and rubbed into the affected part.
The powder is also employed as a dusting powder in excoriations, and to roll up boluses and pills.
It is also used as a dusting powder, and to make an ointment.
Used as a dusting powder in excoriations, &c. See Powders, Cosmetic (below).
The same applications or a dusting powder of calomel may also be used on moist papules.
The entire wound is then covered with a dusting powder composed of zinc oxide, boric acid, exsiccated alum, phenol and camphor.
A little arrowroot starch was found in each box, this evidently having been used as a dusting powder.
The arrowroot starch used as a dusting powder was removed as completely as possible by rolling the pills in a cloth.