Alcohol Prep by Topco Associates
Medically reviewed on December 19, 2017
Dosage form: swab
Ingredients: ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL 70mL in 100mL
Labeler: Topco Associates
NDC Code: 76162-809
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Isopropyl Alcohol, 70% v/v
- For preparation of the skin prior to injection.
- First aid to decrease germs in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
- For external use only.
- Flammable. Keep away from fire or flame.
- with electrocautery procedures
- longer than 1 week unless directed by a doctor
- do not get into eyes
- do not apply over large areas of the body
- in case of deep or puncture wounds, animal bites or serious burns, consult a doctor
- use only in a well ventilated area; fumes may be toxic
- irritation and redness develop
- condition gets worse or persists for more than 72 hours
If accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- Apply to skin as needed
- Discard after single use
Protect from freezing and avoid excessive heat.
Alcohol Prep Pads
TEXTURED PADS FOR TOPICAL SKIN CLEANING
- First aid antiseptic
- Antiseptic for preparation of the skin prior to injection
- Each packet contains one pad saturated with 70% isopropyl alcohol
100 INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED PADS
isopropyl alcohol swab
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