Milton Fluid (bottle)

A Picture of Health: Exeter's Medical History


Milton fluid was first introduced as a disinfectant in 1916, during the First World War it was used to treat burns. In 1947, after a widespread outbreak of gastroenteritis led to the death of thousands of babies, Milton developed an improved method of sterilising baby bottles with cold water.

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