Aslan Yürekli, Murat Durdu, Baran Abul, Suzan Demir Pektaş, Emine Tuğba Alataş, Ceyda Tetik Aydoğdu, Dilek Daşgin

A necessity that arises during natural disasters in the treatment of pediculosis capitis: Lice treatment without bath

  • Dermatology

Current treatment agents for pediculosis capitis are used during bathing and require rinsing after application. However, especially after the recent earthquake disaster in our country, there has been a need for a treatment that does not require rinsing in areas where there is no or limited access to water. In this context, we designed an in vitro study to find a treatment that does not require rinsing. In our study, we aimed to investigate the in vitro lethal effect of ivermectin solution on the parasite and to compare this effect with immersion oil and pure water.

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