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  1. Hydrogen peroxide is a liquid commonly used to fight germs. Hydrogen peroxide poisoning occurs when large amounts of the liquid ... Hydrogen peroxide can be poisonous if it is not used correctly.
  2. ... x 10 cm) gauze sponges, tape, connecting tube, hydrogen peroxide, and warm water (plus a clean container to ... cotton swab soaked with a solution of half hydrogen peroxide and half warm water. Pat it dry with ...
  3. ... large amounts are: Chlorhexidine gluconate Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) Hydrogen peroxide Methyl salicylate ... drunkenness). Swallowing large amounts of methyl salicylate and hydrogen peroxide may also cause serious stomach and intestine symptoms. ...
  4. ... the hole with water and mild soap or hydrogen peroxide Change the dressing around the hole Do not ...
  5. ... parts water. Or, you can soak it in hydrogen peroxide for 30 minutes. You can also use warm ...
  6. ... parts water. Or, you can soak it in hydrogen peroxide for 30 minutes. You can also use warm ...
  7. ... washcloth Dry, clean towel Plastic bag Ointment or hydrogen peroxide (if your doctor recommends) Q-tips Follow these ...
  8. ... clean your nose area with Q-tips and hydrogen peroxide or another cleaning solution if needed. You may ...
  9. ... of half normal saline (salt water) and half hydrogen peroxide Use the solution that your surgeon recommends. Supplies ...
  10. ... may recommend a specific cleanser. Do not use hydrogen peroxide or iodine cleansers. They can damage the skin. ...
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