Carrel-Dakin treatment

(kăr-ĕl′dā′kĭn )

[Alexis Carrel, Fr.-U.S. surgeon, 1873-1944; Henry D. Dakin, U.S. chemist, 1880-1952]
A method of wound irrigation first used in 1915. The wound is intermittently irrigated with Dakin's solution.

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