CarraVet Acemannan Wound GelThis page contains information on CarraVet Acemannan Wound Gel for veterinary use.
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Carravet Acemannan Wound GelThis treatment applies to the following species:
Contains Acemannan from Aloe barbadensis Miller. Specially formulated for pain relief and to maintain the moist environment vital to wound healing for the management of wounds for horses, dogs, cats and other companion animals.
CarraVet Acemannan Wound Gel IndicationsFor the clinical management of cuts, abrasions, post surgical incisions, first- and second-degree burns, radiation dermatitis and other skin irritations in companion animals. Relieves pain by coating, cooling and protecting the wound.
Ingredients(alphabetical order): Aloe Vera Acemannan, allantoin, carbomer, methylparaben, panthenol, propylene glycol, purified water, quaternium 15, trolamine.
For Veterinary Use Only.
Not For Use In Animals Intended For Food
DirectionsClip excess hair from wound area and thoroughly cleanse wound with a suitable wound cleanser such as CarraVet® or EquineVet™ Acemannan Wound Cleanser. Apply a thin layer to the affected area including wound edges. Cover with appropriate secondary dressing to maintain the moist wound environment. Repeat as often as necessary.
Use PrecautionsFor external use on horses, dogs, cats and companion animals only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if irritation develops. Keep out of reach of children.
Manufactured for: CarraVet, P.O. Box 1241, Palmetto, GA 30268
Made in USA
Date of issuance:
2.25 OZ. (63.8g)
10/20/10 # 1000, Rev. 0
P.O. BOX 1241, PALMETTO, GA, 30268
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