i found this site this morning when i was surfing around the web:
- world wide wounds. an online resource for dressing materials and practical wound management information. has links at the bottom of the opening page to acute wounds, dressings and bandages, maggot therapy, miscellaneous, veterinary, diabetic feet, infected wounds, leg ulcers and pressure ulcers.
i did a search of the site for burow's solution and it came up with nothing. i was kind of surprised. however, it might be good to bookmark the site. you never know what might be of value there. you might need to know about maggot therapy some day. actually, the only time i ever saw burow's soaks ordered for patients was in nursing homes. i always thought it was kind of an old treatment. a few years ago i took a continuing education course on wound care and they gave us a book on all the different types of stuff out on the market for dressings. i was wondering last night where in the blazes i put that book. i have a storage locker, but by the time i get my sorry butt over there and find the boxes with nursing books in it, it may be too late for you to use the information, if it's even in the book.