Mary Beth et al,
I am a paid consultant to the French firm that manufactures the Diph oterine(R) eye/skin decontamination solution. It is therefore inapp ropriate that I discuss this on the D-CHAS listserve. This listserv e is not for discussion of commercial products.
Should anyone want to discuss this with me outside the D-CHAS listse rve, please contact me directly:
Alan H. Hall, M.D.
Member, D-CHAS EC
1050 North 3rd Street, Suite H
Laramie, WY 82072
Office Telephone: (307) 745-0600
Cell Phone: (307) 399-1564
There recently has been a serious incident at a manufacturing site in Western Australia involving 98% H2SO4
. As a result of this, corporate SHE is implementing the use of a wash so
lution called diphoterine. Has anyone heard of this? It's intended as a fir
st aid measure (instead of water) to flush the skin and is supposed to amel
iorate blistering and/or reduce pain from contact with acids and alkalis. Mary Beth Lanza
If anyone has any knowledge of it or experience using it I would be i nterested in hearing about it.
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