Acceleryn (Canada)This page contains information on Acceleryn for veterinary use.
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- Acceleryn Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Acceleryn
- Direction and dosage information for Acceleryn
AccelerynThis treatment applies to the following species:
FIRST AID Spray
Wound & Skin Care
Low Risk Veterinarian Health Product # NN.EG18
Acceleryn creates a clean environment on skin and wounds so healing is not impeded. Harmful microbes can result in skin irritations, skin ulcers, skin infection, rashes, hot spots, scratches, wound odor, eye & ear infections and bad breath.
Direction of use: Move/remove hair from target area. Open spray nozzle and saturate the affected area. Let sprayed area air-dry, no rinsing required. Soak any necessary dressing with ACCELERYN. Repeat minimum 4-5 times per day, or as directed by your veterinarian. Safe if used around the eyes, ears or mouth, even if licked.
Precaution: For animal use only. Not for internal consumption or ingestion, particularly in horses intended for food or in pregnant or lactating animals as safety in these animals is not known. If irritation occurs or condition does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
Product Care: Do not leave ACCELERYN open to air or allow to freeze, as its’ strength may decrease. Store at room temperature, away from direct heat or sunlight. Always keep spray head closed when storing. ACCELERYN is biodegradable and has no special requirements for disposal.
Ingredients: Ionized water, Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) 50 mg/L, Sodium Chloride 15 mg/L.
Made in Canada
BioHygienic Solutions Inc., Box 6121, Innisfail Alberta, T4G 1S8
100ml (3.38oz), 250ml (8.45oz), 525ml (17.8oz)
NAC No.: 1521007.1
9526 HALDANE ROAD, KELOWNA, BC, V4V 2K5
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