Medical Dictionary

Dobell's solution

noun Do·bell's solution \(ˈ)dō-ˈbelz\

Medical Definition of Dobell's solution

  1. :  an aqueous solution of sodium borate, sodium bicarbonate, glycerin, and phenol used as a spray for the nose and throat

Biographical Note for dobell's solution


\dō-ˈbel\play ,

Horace Benge

(1828–1917), British physician. Dobell devoted much of his career to originating and establishing in Britain the system of hydropathic treatment.

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