Emergency Eye Wash, PW, Sterile Ster-Aide
Dosage form: for solution
Ingredients: Water 14.85mL in 15mL
Labeler: Asept Pak, Inc.
NDC Code: 51997-035
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Purified water 99%
For flushing the eyes to help relieve irritation, discomfort, burning, stinging or itching by removing loose foreign material and air pollutants (smog or pollen).
For external use only.
- Obtain immediate medical treatment for all open wounds in or near the eye
- To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface
- Do not reuse
- Discard vial after use
Do not use if:
- Solution changes color or becomes cloudy
- With contact lenses
- If vial is open or seal is broken.
Stop use and consult a doctor if you experience:
- Eye pain
- Changes in vision
- Continued redness or irritation of the eye or if the condition worsens or persists.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- Twist top to remove
- Wash the affected eye(s) as needed
- Control rate of flow by pressure on the vial
- If necessary, continue flushing with emergency eyewash or shower
- Boric Acid
- Sodium Borate
- Sodium Chloride
- Sorbic Acid
Call SterRx at (518) 651-2026
Store at 41-95°F (5-35°C)
Manufactured by SterRx
64 West St., Malone, NY 12953
|EMERGENCY EYE WASH, PW, STERILE
water for solution
|Labeler - Asept Pak, Inc. (005245137)|
|Asept Pak, Inc.||005245137||MANUFACTURE(51997-035)|
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