Betadine Brand First Aid Antibiotics & Moisturizer Ointment
BETADINE (Purdue Frederick)
BRAND First Aid Antibiotics + Moisturizer Ointment
Each gram contains: Polymyxin B Sulfate (10,000 IU) and Bacitracin Zinc (500 IU) in a cholesterolized ointment base.
ACTION AND USES
BETADINE Brand First Aid Antibiotics + Moisturizer Ointment is a topical antibiotic in a cholesterolized ointment * base. It is formulated for first aid to help prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
Its unique nonprescription formula of two broad-spectrum antibiotics plus moisturizer helps prevent infection while helping to heal damaged skin.
Clean affected area. Apply small amount (an amount equal to the surface area of the tip of the finger) on the area 1 to 3 times daily. May be covered with a sterile bandage.
For External Use Only. Do not use in the eyes or apply over large areas of the body. In case of deep or puncture wounds, animal bites, or serious burns, consult a physician. Stop use and consult a physician if the condition persists or gets worse or if a rash or other allergic reaction develops. Do not use this product if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Do not use longer than 1 week unless directed by a physician. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
1 / 2 oz. plastic tubes, with an applicator-tip for easy and economical application, and 1 / 32 oz. packettes. Store at room temperature.*Formulated with Aquaphor--a registered trademark of Beiersdorf AG.
Copyright 1996, 2001, The Purdue Frederick Company
Stamford, CT 06901-3431
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