Lugols Strong Iodine Solution | Lugols Strong Iodine
Iodine 0.05 g/ml, Potassium Iodide 0.105 g/ml.
LUGOL’S is an aqueous solution containing Iodine 5%, and potassium iodide 10%, w/v (LUGOL’s Solution). LUGOL’s is a transparent liquid with a deep brown color and the odor of iodine.
LUGOL’S is supplied in 8 ml glass single-use bottles.
LUGOL’s is a topical antiseptic. Strong Iodine Solution is a germicide and fungicide. LUGOL’s is preservative-free.
LUGOL’S is applied directly to areas needing antiseptic.
For External Use Only.
Iodide preparations are contraindicated in patients with known sensitivity to the drugs.
Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Keep tightly closed. Protect from light. DO NOT use if seal has been broken. Store at controlled room temperature 15°-30°C (59°-86°F).
Opened containers with unused portions of product and applicator swabs containing residual product should be placed in a suitable, dry container for disposal following local hazardous waste practices. Waste containing LUGOL’S should not be subjected to any thermal process whether intended for destruction or recycling purposes.
Strong Iodine Solution USP
One Dozen (12)
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Background: A 4-year-old female patient was diagnosed with hypothyroidism caused by iodine deficiency. The patient's iodine levels in serum and urine were significantly low. The iodine concentration i...
Objective: This paper provides evidence of environmental iodine deficiency in the Gippsland region. Design: Quantitative study; water samples were collected from 18 water treatment plants and fo...
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