Spray bottle of compound flavazole and penicillin.
The potential of penicillin as an antibiotic to treat a wide range of bacterial infections was discovered in the early 1940s. Many infections such as blood poisoning could now be treated successfully for the first time. This spray bottle combining a new antiseptic, flavazole, with penicillin was made by Boots Pure Drug Co (part of Boots the Chemist). The mixture was used to prevent infection of, for instance, surgical wounds in dentistry.
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The first antibiotic drug to treat infections which is made from the mould penicillium. Its discovery is attributed to Alexander Fleming in 1928.
Vessels having a neck and mouth considerably narrower than the body, used for packaging and containing liquid and dry preparations
A substance that is used to treat infections.
A vessel with mechanism to atomizes a liquid contained therein, used to deliver such material as medicines, fuel, scent, in a fine spray.