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Carrasyn hydrogel wound dressing spray - 8 oz

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Carrasyn hydrogel wound dressing spray is a non oily hydrogel for the management of radiation dermatitis.
Retail: $42.75
Our Price:$34.49
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    • UPC : 080196660370
    MANUFACTURER: Carrington Laboratories, Inc.

    INDICATIONS:
    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.

    INGREDIENTS:
    Active Ingredients:
    Acemannan.
    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.

    DIRECTIONS:
    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.

    No Returns or Refunds on these Gift Guide Items. Not eligible for International Shipping Destinations.
  • Shipping Weight : 0.80 lb
    USA

    says large, but is medium

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