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Buckley's Formocresol | Buckleys Formo Cresol [Dentsply LLC, Professional Division Trading as "Sultan Healthcare"] | BioPortfolio

13:18 EST 27th January 2019 | BioPortfolio

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

REF – 10203 – Buckley's Formocresol – 1oz/30mL NPN number: Buckley's Formocresol - 00470155 For dental use only.

Buckley's Formocresol: 19% formaldehyde, 35% cresol, 17.5% gylcerine.

Indicated as a disinfectant and devitalizing solution used as part of endodontic treatment.

This product should not be used with individuals with known sensitivities to formaldehyde or cresol. This product should not be used with individuals who are pregnant or suspected to be pregnant without a prior physician consultation.

This product can cause severe burns of skin and mucosa. Take precautions protect skin, mucosa and eyes during use.

Do not swallow. Do not allow material to come into contact with intact skin or mucosa. Wear eye protection when handling. Ensure proper tooth isolation, including rubber dam when applying. Keep out of reach of children. For professional dental use only.

Store between 59°-86°F (15°-30°C). Protect from freezing.

Manufactured for: Sultan Healthcare 1301 Smile Way • York, PA 17404-0807 • USA Toll Free: 800-637-8582 • Phone: 201-871-1232 Fax: 201-871-0321 • www.sultanhealthcare.com

Made in the USA 0010601DF, R1-080714

Manufacturer

Dentsply LLC, Professional Division Trading as "Sultan Healthcare"

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The Effect of Antimicrobial Therapy on the Serum Level of p-Cresol in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

An important subgroup of protein-bound toxins are generated as a result of protein fermentation in the colon. P-cresol is a fermentation metabolite of tyrosine. In renal failure, the colo...

p-Cresol: Correlation With Glomerular Filtration Rate and Outcome in Chronic Kidney Disease

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Effect of Lactobacillus Rhamnosus on Serum Uremic Toxins in Hemodialysis

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The Role of p-Cresol and Related Protein Fermentation Metabolites in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

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Inulin and Protein Fermentation in Hemodialysis Patients

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Catalytic degradation of O-cresol using H O onto Algerian Clay-Na.

Clay material is used as a catalyst to degrade an organic pollutant. This study focused on the O-cresol oxidative degradation in aqueous solution by adding H O and Mont-Na. The catalytic tests showed ...

Development of the LC-MS/MS method for determining the p-cresol level in plasma.

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Characterization of cometabolic degradation of p-cresol with phenol as growth substrate by Chlorella vulgaris.

To investigate the potential application of Chlorella vulgaris in the treatment of coal gasification wastewater, the characteristics of phenol and p-cresol cometabolism by Chlorella vulgaris were stud...

Para-cresol production by Clostridium difficile affects microbial diversity and membrane integrity of Gram-negative bacteria.

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