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Acetic Acid FDA Approved Drugs

ACETASOL HC [Acetic Acid, Glacial : HydrocortisoneC21H30O5]
RX
-
2% : 1% (otic solution/drops)
Actavis Mid AtlanticJan 13, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

ACETIC ACID [Acetic Acid, Glacial]
RX
-
2% (otic solution/drops)
TaroSep 6, 1984
VintageFeb 24, 2005
WockhardtJul 26, 1996
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

ACETIC ACID 0.25% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER [Acetic Acid, Glacial]
RX
-
250mg/100ml (irrigation, urethral solution)
B BraunApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
Baxter HlthcareFeb 19, 1982
Icu Medical IncApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

ACETIC ACID 2% IN AQUEOUS ALUMINUM ACETATE [Acetic Acid, Glacial : Aluminum Acetate3C2H3O2Al]
RX
-
2% : 0.79% (otic solution/drops)
Bausch And LombFeb 25, 1994
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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AMINOACETIC ACID 1.5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER [GlycineC2H5NO2]
RX
-
1.5gm/100ml (irrigation solution)
Baxter HlthcareApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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GLYCINE 1.5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER [GlycineC2H5NO2]
RX
-
1.5gm/100ml (irrigation solution)
B BraunApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
Icu Medical IncApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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HYDROCORTISONE AND ACETIC ACID [Acetic Acid, Glacial : HydrocortisoneC21H30O5]
RX
-
2% : 1% (otic solution/drops)
TaroMar 4, 1985
VintageFeb 6, 2006
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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VOSOL [Acetic Acid, Glacial]
RX
-
2% (otic solution/drops)
Hi Tech PharmaApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

VOSOL HC [Acetic Acid, Glacial : HydrocortisoneC21H30O5]
RX
-
2% : 1% (otic solution/drops)
Hi Tech PharmaApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

WARNING: Consult a licensed physician in the appropriate field for medical treatment and drug prescription. Do not self medicate.


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Felter's Materia Medica on Acetic Acid

GELATINUM
   Gelatin. A purified glue prepared by boiling gelatinous animal tissues in water and purifying, evaporating and drying the product. Description.—A... / ... softening in the latter, 5 to 10 per cent of which it absorbs; soluble in hot water, glycerin, and acetic acid. It is largely employed in making gelatin capsules for the tasteless administration of m... / ...to its freedom from the formation of indol it has been advised as a part of the diet in intestinal putrefaction showing marked indicanuria.1

OLEUM TEREBINTHINAE
   Oil of Turpentine, Spirit of Turpentine, Turpentine Oil. A volatile oil distilled with water from the concrete oleoresin derived from... / ...stic taste and odor, becoming more intense with age and by exposure. Soluble in alcohol and glacial acetic acid. It readily dissolves resins, wax, sulphur, iodine, and phosphorus. Principal Constituen... / ...This preparation should not be used internally; only when rectified is it fit for internal medication. (See Oleum Terebinthinae Recificatum.)1

PIX LIQUIDA
   Tar, Pine Tar. A liquid obtained by the destructive distillation of the wood of Pinus palustris, Miller, and other species of Pinus (Nat. Ord.... / ...o 15 grains. Principal Constituents.—Oil of turpentine, creosote, phenol, catechol, xylol, toluol, acetic acid, acetone, methyl alcohol, and at least ten resins. Preparations.—1 Oleum Picis Liquidae... / ...a disposition to hemorrhages. Syrup of wild cherry added to tar water or the syrup of tar makes a useful cough remedy for chronic bronchitis.1

RESINA
   Rosin, Colophony. The residue left after distilling the volatile oil from the concrete oleoresin derived from Pinus palustris, Miller, and other... / ...d having a slight terebinthinate taste and odor. Freely soluble in alcohol, ether, benzene, glacial acetic acid and oils, both fixed and volatile; also by the dilute solutions of the hydroxides of the...1

STAPHISAGRIA
   The ripe seeds of Delphinium Staphisagria, Linné (Nat. Ord. Ranunculaceae). Mediterranean Basin; cultivated. Dose, 1 to 2 grains. Common Name:... / ...fectual and more manageable is an equivalent dilution of the specific medicine with vinegar, dilute acetic acid or ether. It must not be used unless the skin is intact, and then with caution as to qua... / ...The indications for staphisagria, as concisely stated by us in the American Dispensatory, are given here under Specific Indications.1


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Materia Medica on Acetic Acid

ACID ACETIC
   Glacial Acetic Acid is caustic; used accordingly to destroy warts or exuberant granulations. The diluted acid is used to arrest hemor rhages and as a lotion to prevent night sweats. The official prepa-- rations are; Glacial Acetic Acid, containing about 99 per cent.; Acetic. Acid, 36 per cent., and Dilnted Acetic Acid, 6 per cent. of ab solute acid.2


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Therapeutics Memoranda on Acetic Acid

NIGHT SWEATS
   The remedies most efficient are belladonna or atropine, camphoric acid, zinc oxide, pilocarpine (as a stimulant to the sweat-glands), sulphuric acid; as a lotion, solution of alum in water or dilute alco hol; diluted acetic acid.2

WARTS
   Among the best remedies are; A mixture of fluid extract cannabis indica, 1/2 fl. oz.; salicylic acid, 1 drm., and collodion, 2 fl. ozs.; glacial acetic acid ; trichloracetic acid; Fowler’s solution; chromic acid.2


References

1) Felter, Harvey Wickes, 1922, The Eclectic Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Cincinnati, Ohio.
2) Nelson, Baker & Co., 1904, Physician's Handy Book of Materia Medica and Therapeustics, Detroit, Michigan.