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Ocular Injury due to Potassium Permanganate Granules.

We report a rare case of ocular injury due to potassium permanganate (KMnO) granules in a child.

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Minimization of the perianal infection rate of hematological malignancies with agranulocytosis by quality control circle activity and patient-hospital-student win-win concept.

Objective The agranulocytosis-associated perianal infection (PI) rate ranges from 60% to 100% among patients with hematopoietic malignancies. In this study, we assessed the efficacy of a quality control circle (QCC) to minimize the PI rate. Methods Among 274 patients with severe immunodeficiency (agranulocytosis of ≥2 weeks) in our bone marrow transplantation center, the PI rate was 17.20%. A QCC was established following the 10 steps of the plan-do-check-act (PDCA) model; this was scientifically supported by culturing the bacterial colony from patients' perianal skin to determine the sanitization effect and interval time. Because a warm aqueous solution of potassium permanganate is recommended for sanitization, the bacterial colony culture was also used to determine the proper drug concentration, water temperature, and soaking time. All procedures were standardized. Patients, hospital staff, and medical students were enrolled into the QCC team based on the patient-hospital-student (PHS) win-win concept. Results After establishment of the PDCA model, the PI rate among 253 patients decreased from 17.20% to 5.93% and remained at 5.25% during the following year. The medical expenses and length of hospital stay consequently decreased. Conclusion The QCC and PHS win-win concept can reduce the PI rate and promote medical quality.

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[Curative effect of ozone hydrotherapy for pemphigus].

To determine clinical curative effects of ozone therapy for pemphigus vulgaris.
 Methods: Ozone hydrotherapy was used as an aid treatment for 32 patients with pemphigus vulgaris. The hydropathic compression of potassium permanganate solution for 34 patients with pemphigus vulgaris served as a control. The main treatment for both groups were glucocorticoids and immune inhibitors. The lesions of patients, bacterial infection, usage of antibiotics, patient's satisfaction, and clinical curative effect were evaluated in the 2 groups.
 Results: There was no significant difference in the curative effect and the average length of staying at hospital between the 2 groups (P>0.05). But rate for the usage of antibiotics was significantly reduced in the group of ozone hydrotherapy (P=0.039). The patients were more satisfied in using ozone hydrotherapy than the potassium permanganate solution after 7-day therapy (P>0.05).
 Conclusion: Ozone hydrotherapy is a safe and effective aid method for pemphigus vulgaris. It can reduce the usage of antibiotics.

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Transformation of Methylparaben by aqueous permanganate in the presence of iodide: Kinetics, modeling, and formation of iodinated aromatic products.

This work investigated impacts of iodide (I) on the transformation of the widely used phenolic preservative methylparaben (MeP) as well as 11 other phenolic compounds by potassium permanganate (KMnO). It was found that KMnO showed a low reactivity towards MeP in the absence of I with apparent second-order rate constants (k) ranging from 0.065 ± 0.0071 to 1.0 ± 0.1 Ms over the pH range of 5-9. The presence of I remarkably enhanced the transformation rates of MeP by KMnO via the contribution of hypoiodous acid (HOI) in situ formed, which displayed several orders of magnitude higher reactivity towards MeP than KMnO. This enhancing effect of I was greatly influenced by solution conditions (e.g., I or KMnO concentration or pH), which could be well simulated by a kinetic model involving competition reactions (i.e., KMnO with I, KMnO with MeP, HOI with KMnO, and HOI with MeP). Similar enhancing effect of I on the transformation kinetics of 5 other selected phenols (i.e., p-hydroxybenzoic acid, phenol, and bromophenols) at pH 7 was also observed, but not in the cases of bisphenol A, triclosan, 4-n-nonylphenol, and cresols. This discrepancy could be well explained by the relative reactivity of KMnO towards phenols vs I. Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry analysis showed that iodinated aromatic products and/or iodinated quinone-like product were generated in the cases where I enhancing effect was observed. Evolution of iodinated aromatic products generated from MeP (10 μM) treated by KMnO (50-150 μM) in the presence of I (5-15 μM) suggested that higher I or moderate KMnO concentration or neutral pH promoted their formation. A similar enhancing effect of I (1 μM) on the transformation of MeP (1 μM) by KMnO (12.6 μM) and formation of iodinated aromatic products were also observed in natural water. This work demonstrates an important role of I in the transformation kinetics and product formation of phenolic compounds by KMnO, which has great implications for future applications of KMnO in treatment of I-containing water.

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Growth and optimization of carbon nanotubes in powder activated carbon for an efficient removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution.

This work demonstrated the synthesis of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) on powder activated carbon (PAC) impregnated with Ni-catalyst through chemical vapour deposition. The optimized effects of reaction temperature, time and feedstock flow rates on CNT growth were examined. Potassium permanganate (KMnO) and potassium permanganate in acidic solution (KMnO/HSO) were used to functionalize CNTs samples. A primary screening of methylene blue (MB) adsorption was conducted. The chemical, physical and morphological properties of the adsorbent with the highest removal efficiency were investigated using FESEM, EDX, TEM, BET surface area, RAMAN, TGA, FTIR, and zeta potential. The resulting carbon nanotube-loaded activated carbons possessed abundant pore structure and large surface area. The MB removal by the as-synthesized CNTs was more remarkable than that by the modified samples. Adsorption studies were carried out to evaluate the optimum conditions, kinetics and isotherms for MB adsorption process. The response surface methodology-central composite design (RSM-CCD) was used to optimize the adsorption process parameters, including pH, adsorbent dosage and contact time. The investigation of the adsorption behaviour demonstrated that the adsorption was well fitted with the pseudo-second-order model and Langmuir isotherm with the maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 174.5 mg/g. Meanwhile, the adsorption of MB onto adsorbent was driven by the electrostatic attraction and π-π interaction. Moreover, the as-obtained CNT-PAC exhibited good reusability after four repeated operations. In view of these empirical findings, the low-cost CNT-PAC has potential for removal of MB from aqueous solution.

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Potassium permanganate cleansing is an effective sanitary method for the reduction of bacterial bioload on raw Coriandrum sativum.

Raw vegetables including flowers, leaves, stems, and roots are important carriers of food borne pathogens. We evaluated the bacteriological contamination of unwashed coriander leaves, and effectiveness of cleansing with 0.1% potassium permanganate solution as decontamination method.

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Topical 5% potassium permanganate solution accelerates the healing process in chronic diabetic foot ulcers.

Potassium permanganate has been reported to be an effective treatment for certain types of wounds. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the use of potassium permanganate in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. A single-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial was conducted on patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus that presented with a foot ulcer persisting for >3 months. The control group (n=10) was treated with the current standard treatment, which comprises of measures for reducing pressure in the ulcerated area, daily cleansing of the ulcer with potable water and antiseptic wash solution, and the application of a disinfectant solution on the entire surface area of the ulcer; while the intervention group (n=15) received the standard treatment plus 5% topical potassium permanganate solution applied once a day for 21 days. In the intervention group, 1 patient did not tolerate the treatment and was eliminated from the study on the first day. The remaining patients tolerated the interventions well. At the end of the treatment period, ulcers in the control group had decreased by 38% whereas those in the intervention group decreased by 73% (P<0.009). The degree of decrease was also investigated; the ulcer size was ≥50% decreased in 40% of patients in the control group and in 86% of patients in the intervention group (P=0.02). In conclusion, the results of the present study indicate that topical potassium permanganate is well tolerated and significantly accelerates the healing process of diabetic foot ulcers.

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Treatment of soak liquor and bioelectricity generation in dual chamber microbial fuel cell.

The discharge of untreated soak liquor from tannery industry causes severe environmental pollution. This study is characterizing the soak liquor as a substrate in the microbial fuel cell (MFC) for remediation along with electricity generation. The dual chamber MFC was constructed and operated. Potassium permanganate was used as cathode solution and carbon felt electrode as anodic and cathodic material, respectively. The soak liquor was characterized by electrochemical studies viz., cyclic voltammetry (CV), electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), and polarization studies, respectively. The removal percentage of protein, lipid, and chemical oxygen demand (COD) were measured before and after treatment with MFC. The results of MFC showed a highest current density of 300 mA/cm and a power density of 92 mW/m. The removal of COD, protein, and lipid were noted as 96, 81, and 97% respectively during MFC process. This MFC can be used in tannery industries for treating soak liquor and simultaneous electricity generation.

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Remediation of arsenic(III) from aqueous solutions using zero-valent iron (ZVI) combined with potassium permanganate and ferrous ions.

A system of zerovalent iron combined with potassium permanganate and ferrous irons (Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI) was used to remove As(III), one of the most poisonous wastewater pollutants. The Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI system was characterized by using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The As(III) removal efficiency by the Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI system under different conditions was investigated and the experimental data were fitted to adsorption kinetics and isotherm models. As(III) could be removed by both physisorption and chemisorption through mixing adsorbents in a very short time (minute scale) with high removal ratios (more than 99.5%) over a wide range of pH (1-9) and concentration (20-100 mg/L). The removal of As(III) by the Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI system agreed well with pseudo-first-order reaction kinetics and pseudo-second-order reaction kinetics. The Freundlich isotherm provided a good model of the adsorption system, indicating that the Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI system has heterogeneous structure. The results show that the Fe(II)-KMnO-ZVI system exhibited a high removal efficiency for As(III), which suggested that it might be an effective material for As(III) remediation.

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[Clinical application of pelvic floor reconstruction in extralevator abdominoperineal excision for low rectal cancer].

To investigate the safety and clinical significance of pelvic floor reconstruction in extralevator abdominoperineal excision(ELAPE) for advanced low rectal cancer.

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