Carrasyn Hydrogel Wound Dressing Spray - 8 Oz

Carrasyn hydrogel wound dressing spray is a non oily hydrogel for the management of radiation dermatitis.
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    • UPC : 080196660370
    MANUFACTURER: Carrington Laboratories, Inc.

    A non-oily hydrogel for the management of:
  • radiation dermatitis
  • diabetic ulcers
  • foot ulcers
  • post surgical incisions
  • first & second degree burns
  • pressure ulcers (I-V)
  • stasis ulcers
  • cuts
  • abrasions
  • skin conditions associated with peristomal care sunburn.

    Active Ingredients:
    Inactive Ingredients:
    Aloe Vera, Carbomer, Citric Acid, Edetate Disodium, Imidurea, L-Glumatic Acid, Methylparaben, Panthenol, Polyvinylpyrrolidone, Potassium Sorbate, Purified Water, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Matabisulfite, Trolamine.

    Flush wound with a suitable wound cleanser. Apply dressing to cover area, including marginal areas; apply as often as needed. If gauze is used as a wound covering, it should be moistened with a suitable wound cleanser. The product sometimes turns amber in color, a natural phenomenon having no impact on efficacy. Intended for single patient use only. A spray application of Carrasyn Hydrogel Wound Dressing for maximum coverage or where 'hands-off' application is needed.

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  • Shipping Weight : 0.80 lb
    Dedrick Rachel

    This is a very great product for any burns, scrapes or bites.

    It is an excellent wound care gel, it is very healing and it is very cool to the skin. This product is great to cure a wound. It helps to heal a wound very quickly and more effectively.


    says large, but is medium

    prep pads are similar, but these are identified as large, when fine print says medium....unless there are dimensions given, that's not good.