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Additional Information as Provided by Manufacturer:
XEROFORM™ Petrolatum Gauze. 3% Bismuth Tribromophenate in a special petrolatum blend on fine mesh gauze. Non-adherent. Clings and conforms to all body contours.
|3% Bismuth Tribromophenate in a petrolatum based fine mesh gauze||Bacteriostatic action in light exudating wounds|
|Clings and conforms, low profile||Used for compression therapy and use in deep and shallow wounds|
|Non-adherent construction||Non-traumatic to the wound and the patient upon removal|
|Occlusive dressing||Helps protect and promote moist wound healing|
Instructions for Use:
Irritation may develop with a history of atopy or if sensitivity to Bismuth Tribromophenate exists.
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Many of our customers have reported excellent results using Puracyn OTC (formerly named Microcyn OTC). Puracyn OTC is an innovative new approach to wound care promoting faster healing time. It is a non-irritating, pH-balanced wound cleanser for minor cuts, burns, irritations, and superficial abrasions of the skin. After the wound has closed, proven scar treatments such as Cica-Care, Mepiform, or Kelo-Cote will improve the appearance of scars and prevent abnormal or excessive scar formation. Always consult your physician or wound care specialist before starting any wound care treatment program.