Generic Name: chlorhexidine gluconate
Dosage Form: solution
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Jun 1, 2018.
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USES: Chlorhexidine Scrub exhibits a
broad range of antimicrobial activity.
Chlorhexidine Scrub is a mild scrub
containing Chlorhexidine Digluconate
that exhibits bactericidal activity against
a wide range of micro-organisms.
Wet hands with water.
Pour approximately 5 mL of Chlorhexidine
Scrub in palm of hand. Add enough
water to make a lather. Lather thoroughly.
Rinse thoroughly under running water.
Avoid contact of this
product with eyes and mucous
membranes. If this product inadvertently
comes in contact with eyes,
immediately flush with cool water for
15 minutes and contact a physician. If
this product is inadvertently swallowed,
contact a physician and/or poison
control center immediately.
USP Purified water, Alkyl
Dimethylamine oxide, Chlorhexidine
Glycerol, Polyethylene Glycol,
Quaternium 60, Hydroxyethylcellulose,
and FDC Blue #1.
AHL Chlorhexidine Scrub
Skin and Wound Cleaner
For Veterinary Use Only
Keep Out of Reach of Children
NET WT. 3.78L (128 fl oz) (1 gal)
American Animal Health, Inc.
1401 Joel East Road • Fort Worth, TX 76140
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chlorhexidine gluconate solution
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