solution (antiseptic solution) used in our study consists of 2% mercurochrome
, 36.4% ethyl alcohol, and 6.2% acetone.
But, in "The Language Beneath the Language/' a poetic preface to Mercurochrome
(2001) and, I would argue, an ars poetica for that volume and beyond, I see Coleman articulating an important intervention in the problematic of consuming figures with which she wrestled for over three decades.
This home remedy was probably as good as Mercurochrome
and other treatments popular in years past.
. Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow, 2001.
The fluorescent light over the vanity made it look as if she'd been birth-marked with mercurochrome
My knees, elbows, and one wrist were bandaged and taped and I was splotched all over with mercurochrome
. I reached for my head, felt the thick turban of bandages.
It exploded nearby, sending a sliver of metal into my leg--the sort of injury the Army patched up with Mercurochrome
and a Purple Heart." The wound was so minor that he led another patrol two nights later.
Midguts were stained with 0.1% mercurochrome
and oocysts counted microscopically.
(18) such as aloe vera, antacids, benzoyl peroxide, collagen, gentian violet, impregnated gauze, insulin, mercurochrome
oxygen therapy, sugar and vinegar.
Several substances, such as fluorescein and mercurochrome
, are known to cause high fluorescence signals and have been shown to interfere with TDx assays (19, 20).
From cortisone cream and mercurochrome
to antihistamines and acetaminophen, many medicine cabinets resemble war arsenals To treat sprains, burns, cuts, bites and upset stomach, what other options do you have?
* Iodine, hexylresorcinol, Merthiolate, Mercurochrome
, and similar products.
"Desperate for the soul-letting," the poems in Mercurochrome
own an impressive spectrum of influence.
I have tried applying iodine, mercurochrome
, Mercura-Clear, Banalog, and Desenex.