Michele Y. Gazaway
United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense
Combination drugChemotherapyPrednisoloneSalineCefazolinTriamcinolone acetonideSulfur mustardToxicityAnesthesiaMedicinePharmacology
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The eye is considered to be one of the most sensitive organs to sulfur mustard [bis(2‐chloroethyl) sulfide (SM)], with injuries ranging from mild conjunctivitis to advanced corneal disease. Even mild ocular involvement from sulfur mustard exposure can result in both physical and psychological incapacitation. In this study we explored the use of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved medications (prednisolone acetate ophthalmic suspension, triamcinolone, and cefazolin) as ocular treatments f...
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