Dosage form: tincture
Ingredients: IODINE 20mg in 1mL, SODIUM IODIDE 20.4mg in 1mL, ALCOHOL 470mg in 1mL
NDC Code: 49348-133
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Iodine 2%, Sodium Iodide 2.4%, Alcohol 47%
To help prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
For external use only.
- deep or puncture wounds
- animal bites
- serious burns.
- condition persists or gets worse, or if using this product for longer than 1 week.
- do not use in the eyes. If contact occurs, flush with large amounts of water while lifting upper and lower lids.
do not apply over large areas of the body.
In case of accidental ingestion give milk, then give a starch solution made by mixing two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch or flour to a pint of water. Contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
Clean the affected area. Apply a small amount to the affected area 1 to 3 times daily. May be covered with a sterile bandage. If bandaged, let dry first.
Will stain skin and clothing. FLAMMABLE: Keep away from spark, heat and flame.
sunmark iodine tincture USP 2% First aid antiseptic Alcohol 47% Distributed by McKesson One Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94104 Money Back Guarantee 1 FL OZ (30 mL)
iodine, sodium iodide, alcohol tincture
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