What is LISTERIAN METHODS OF DRESSING WOUNDS?

Carbolic acid was the first antiseptic, but from its volatility and slowness of action as a germicide, it was replaced b corrosive sublimate. But this proved irritating anc was precipitated by the albumin of the blood-sertini. What might be called the Third Method was the antiseptic dressing called Sero-sublimate Gauze, consisting of a gauze charged with a solution of corrosive sublimate in tbe serum of horses

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