EDTIARExtended Duration Tropical Insect/Arthropod Repellent
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Although EDTIAR can be used in conjunction with the standard camouflage face paint, it requires 2 separate applications, an initial application of EDTIAR followed by the camouflage face paint.
In 1990, the standard military topical arthropod repellent was changed to a sustained-release, polymer formulation containing 35% deet and dubbed the Extended Duration Topical Insect and Arthropod Repellent (EDTIAR).
The STO was completed in 2005, producing a new candidate active ingredient, (1S,2'S)-methylpiperidinyl-3-cyclohexene-1-carboxamide (SS220) in new formulations that are easier to use than the EDTIAR.