common table salt with a small amount of sodium or potassium iodide added to help reduce the chance of iodine deficiency in humans
In 1990, only about 20% of the world’s households had access to iodized salt and were protected against Iodine Deficiency Disorders.
1. a combining form representing iodine, in compound words: iodometry. combining form 1. indicating iodine: iodoform, iodism iodo- or iod- pref. Iodine: iodotherapy.
iodochlorhydroxyquin i·o·do·chlor·hy·drox·y·quin (ī-ō’də-klôr’hī-drŏk’sĭ-kwĭn’) or i·o·do·chlor·o·hy·drox·y·quin·o·line (-klôr’ō-hī-drŏk’sĭ-kwĭn’ə-lēn’, -lĭn) n. A compound used topically as a local antibacterial agent and in the treatment of a wide range of dermatoses, intravaginally in the treatment of Trichomonas vaginalis vaginitis, and internally in the treatment of mild or asymptomatic intestinal amebiasis.
iododerma i·o·do·der·ma (ī-ō’də-dûr’mə) n. An eruption of follicular papules and pustules or a granulomatous lesion caused by iodine toxicity or sensitivity
[ahy-oh-duh-fawrm, ahy-od-uh-] /aɪˈoʊ dəˌfɔrm, aɪˈɒd ə-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellowish, crystalline, water-insoluble solid, CHI 3 , analogous to chloroform, and having a penetrating odor: used chiefly as an antiseptic. /aɪˈɒdəˌfɔːm/ noun 1. a yellow crystalline insoluble volatile solid with a penetrating sweet odour made by heating alcohol with iodine and an alkali: used as […]