The Modern Treatment of Burns, with Especial Reference to Severe Burns and to the Use of Ambrine and Its Substitutes

Edward Hammond Risley
1917 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Denis, our chemist, for analysis. It was found to contain, roughly, 90 to 95 per cent, of paraffin of a good grade. 5 per cent., more or less, of beeswax, a small amount of resin, probably some such product, as eucalyptol, and an aniline coloring matter, enough to give it its peculiar gray-brown
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