The literature report described a patient who developed full-thickness skin and muscle necrosis and persistent interstitial nephritis after topical application of methyl salicylate and menthol, followed by the use of a heating pad (Cutis 1987;39:442-4).
What does MeSA stand for?
MeSA stands for Methyl Salicylate
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The addition of the volatile compounds methyl salicylate and [beta]-myrcene did not increase captures.
These were developed and manufactured in a pharmaceutical lab with only methyl salicylate.
It does not contain methyl salicylate or camphor, common ingredients found in many sports creams which can be toxic in large doses.
The product is potentially toxic and contains two substances, methyl salicylate and camphor, which are poisonous when ingested.
FOR MUSCLE ACHES Most drugstore muscle creams contain methyl salicylate, a pain reliever similar to aspirin.
Researchers however never had detected methyl salicylate in an ecosystem or verified plants emitting the chemical in meaningful quantities into the atmosphere.
Ond fel arfer y fath synthetig - methyl salicylate - fyddai'n cael ei ddefnyddio.