CurX Antimicrobial Gel by Global Health Solutions, LLC
Medically reviewed on October 30, 2017
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE 0.13g in 100g
Labeler: Global Health Solutions, LLC
NDC Code: 69578-466
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Benzalkonium Ch. 0.13% (i/s*)
First Aid Antiseptic
first aid to to help treat, protect and prevent skin infection associated with
- minor cuts
For external use only
- deep or puncture wounds
- animal bites
- serious burns
- Do not use in or near the eyes
- do not use if you have a history of allergy to any of the ingredients.
- condition worsens
- symptoms persist for more than 7 days, or clear up and occur again within a few days.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- adults and children 2 years and older: clean the affected area; apply a small amount on the area 1-3 times daily;may be covered with a sterile bandage (let dry first)
- children under 2 years: ask a doctor
Avoid excessive heat
USP Petrolatum, Water, Polihexanide (PHMB)
GLOBAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS, LLC
CurXTM Antimicrobial Gel
First Aid Antimicrobial Gel
Hospital and Professional Use Only
CurX is a registered trademark of Global Health Solutions
*Proprietary microdroplet suspension technology. Percentage reflective of active ingredient bioavailability in solution.
|CURX ANTIMICROBIAL GEL
benzalkonium chloride gel
|Labeler - Global Health Solutions, LLC (079695890)|
|Global Health Solutions, LLC||079695890||manufacture(69578-466)|
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