Vetericyn HydroGel SprayThis page contains information on Vetericyn HydroGel Spray for veterinary use.
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Vetericyn Hydrogel SprayThis treatment applies to the following species:
Clean - Treat - Heal
Formula Based On Microcyn® Technology
Wound & Infection Treatment
Use to treat or prevent:
Hot Spots - Rain Rot - Rashes - Post-surgical Sites - Burns - Cinch Fungus - Ring Worm - Skin Infections - Scratches - Eye Infections - Skin Ulcers - Thrush - Insect Bites - E. Coli - Strep - Staph (mrsa)
One-step topical water-based HydroGel spray that cleans wounds, treats infections and kills bacteria including antibiotic-resistant MRSA. Use to treat topical infections and wounds, hot spots, rain rot, outer ear infections, yeast infections and rashes. This steroid-free, antibiotic-free, no-rinse solution is non-toxic and speeds healing. HydroGel is designed to slowly evaporate, there is no need to wipe away film or residue from previous applications. Vetericyn® HydroGel is based on Microcyn technology. Vetericyn HydroGel kills antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria as well as fungi, viruses and spores. An oxychlorine compound similar to that produced by the animal’s immune system, Vetericyn HydroGel will not harm healthy tissue. Being pH neutral, it will not sting. Tests free for competitive animals.
Vetericyn HydroGel Spray IndicationsFor management, treatment regimen & acceleration of healing process of traumatic wounds, cuts, abrasions, skin irritations, skin ulcers, post surgical incision sites, burns, scratches, rashes, chronic inflammation, wound odors. In solution this product kills 99.9999% of bacteria, single-cell organisms and fungi making it ideal for prevention & control of infections by killing bacteria such as E. coli, Staph (MRSA), Strep, Moraxella bovis, Pasteurella & Actinomyces. Safe for use around mouth, nose and eyes.
Directions For UseShake well before using. Move excess hair from wound area. Clip if necessary. Apply Vetericyn HydroGel liberally on the wound to clean, treat infections and promote healing. Do not remove or wipe off. HydroGel is designed to remain to continue to fight infection, kill pathogens, increase oxygen supply and reduce inflammation, as well as act as a physical barrier to outside elements. Repeat 3-4 times per day until wound is healed. Skin may “pinken” after application due to increased blood flow and oxygen to wound site which will help speed healing. Vetericyn Spray HydroGel also acts as a temporary physical barrier against dirt, flies and other contaminants.
Use PrecautionsFor external use only. Discontinue use if irritation develops and contact your veterinarian. For animal use only. Not for human use. Keep out of reach of children. Safe if licked by animal. Do not decant into smaller containers. Not for injection. Always consult with a Veterinarian for systemic conditions.
StorageStore at room temperature away from direct sunlight and heat. DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE because active ingredients will become neutralized. After use, seal or close dispenser.
StabilitySee label for date of expiration.
DisposalNo special disposal requirements. Vetericyn will not harm environment.
Ingredients: InactiveElectrolyzed Water (H2O) (96.247%), Sodium Magnesium Fluorosilicate (2.987%), Boric Acid (H3BO3) (0.462%), Sodium Sulfate (Na2SO4) (0.295%)
ActiveHypochlorous Acid (HOCl) (0.008%), Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl) (0.001%)
Manufactured & Bottles by Innovacyn, Inc., 3546 N. Riverside Ave, Rialto, CA 92377
Made in the USA.
4 fl oz (118 ml)
1045; 90039 v1.0
8 fl oz (237 ml)
1042; 90030 v1.0 - Pump
16 fl oz (473 ml)
1040; 90007 v1.1
3546 N. RIVERSIDE AVE., RIALTO, CA, 92377
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