User Reviews for Papain / urea
Also known as: Accuzyme, Accuzyme SE, AllanEnzyme, Allanzyme, Ethezyme, Ethezyme 650, Ethezyme 830, Gladase, Kovia, Kovia 6.5, Panafil White, Pap-Urea, Paptase
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|Summary of Papain/urea reviews||2 reviews||10.0|
Reviews for Papain/urea
Accuzyme (papain / urea) for Wound Cleansing: "An incision opened about the size of a nickel and I needed to remove any debris then keep the opening taped closed to let the 1/2 deep opening together (possibly for several months to let nature heal it from the inside out . Accuzyme was given to me by my surgeon telling me it is the best medication made to accomplish this. Unfortunately he told me that it was no longer being manufactured. I was given a sample. It worked perfectly and I am trying to find another sample size to finish healing."
Pamela T (taken for less than 1 month) June 25, 2015
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Accuzyme (papain / urea) for Wound Cleansing: "Used by paraplegic to heal pressure sores. Very positive experience. Keeps wound appearance very clean after initial few days. Allows proper healing from deeper tunneling to skin surface. Accelerates healing time considerably without any noticed side effects. Also note, was recommended to diabetic with anticipated amputation of foot due to pressure complications, and Accuzyme helped completely heal problem area."
Anonymous November 11, 2009
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