This section is from the "A Handbook of Useful Drugs" book, by State Medical Examining and Licensing Boards.
An aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite and sodium chlorid containing at least 2.4 per cent, of available chlorin. It is made by decomposing a solution of chlorinated lime with sodium carbonate and removing the insoluble calcium carbonate formed.
Action and Uses: Solution of chlorinated soda, like chlorinated lime, is used chiefly as a disinfectant and antiseptic. Diluted with from 15 to 20 parts of water it may be used as a spray, gargle or wash.
Dosage: 1 c.c. or 15 minims.