KERRASOL wound irrigation solution, cleaning wounds, sodium hypochlorite
pack size:250ml Dosage form:rinsing solution
For cleaning wounds.
- 0.8 mg sodium hypochlorite at most
KERRASOL wound irrigation, sodium hypochlorite excipients
- water, purified
Cleaning, moisturizing, antimicrobial decontamination and infection prevention in the wound.
KerraSol wound irrigation is used for cleaning, moistening, antimicrobial decontamination and infection prevention in the wound.
The application of KerraSol wound irrigation is non-irritating, non-irritating and well tolerated. KerraSol wound irrigation is used to clean wounds and helps to remove biofilm and fibrinoid deposits.
In addition, the KerraSol wound irrigation supports painless removal of the wound dressing.
The preservative (sodium hypochlorite) contained in KerraSol wound irrigation has a very broad spectrum against bacteria (including Pseudomonas aergincsa, which also enables decontamination of wounds.
Wound odors are eliminated quickly and reliably by replacing KerraSol wound irrigation.
KERRASOL wound irrigation, sodium hypochlorite Application:
A wound should first be cleansed of defense, blood, and plaque.
For this purpose, the affected areas are moistened with KerraSol wound irrigation with several sprays from a short distance and cleaned mechanically if necessary.
In the case of heavy soiling, the application can be repeated several times.
After using KerraSol wound irrigation, it is not necessary to rinse with another solution (ie residues of KerraSol wound irrigation can remain in the wound).
Encrusted and hard-to-remove wound dressings or bandages are liberally sprayed with KerraSol wound irrigation until they are soaked.
After a short waiting period, these can be removed carefully and with little pain.
Then, if necessary, KerraSol Wound Gel or KerraSol Wound Spray Gel can be applied thinly.
There is no restriction in the frequency and duration of use.
A slight smell of chlorine is a sign of the activity of the products.