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  • n. Ethanol


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  • Untreated bipolar, or bipolar with EtOH, is rotten as hell.


  • "EtOH" is responsible for more sexual assaults, accidental deaths, and random acts of violence than are EVERY benzo, barb, qualone, etc.

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  • Back in the days before the explosion of kits, our protocol involved PK digestion, phenol extraction, phenol:chloroform extraction, phenol:chloroform:isoamyl alcohol extraction, ammonium acetate/isopropanol precipitation, followed by EtOH washes.

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  • To simulate this we perturbed the gathering using a small-compound EtOH that we administered in liquid form.

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  • Positive LOC according to EMS, EtOH on board, good vitals, A and O times three since arrival here.

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  • If there was a triage note for him it'd read, "EtOH-like smell on breath."

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  • This latter point is important with any hand sanitizer, be it soap, EtOH, or BAK: if you don't coat and scrub the entire surface of your hands, it's not going to be effective.

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  • Dyer et al. (1998) also suggest that the organic-solvent properties of EtOH strip away skin chemicals (e.g., sebum and lipids) that play a role in impeding bacterial infection.

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  • I'd be awfully nervous if I saw my surgeon grab a scalpel after only a quick application of a dollop of EtOH onto the palm of his hand!

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  • EtOH and BAK are the two primary methods available in small, light, and simple to dispense form factors.

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