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Betadine Antiseptic First Aid Cream 20g

Catalogue ID: 544402
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Detailed Product Description

Betadine First Aid Cream is recommended for grazes, minor burns and scalds and the treatment of minor infections.

Directions:

1. Wash wound with clean running water.

2. Clean with disposable sterile swabs.

3. Using sterile gauze, dry the wound first, followed by the surrounding skin.

4. When the wound has stopped bleeding, apply the appropriate Betadine product to the wound and to the surrounding skin.

5. Cover wound with appropriate size dressing if friction with clothing or further injury is likely.

6. Secure dressing with conforming cotton bandage, fastened with safety pin or adhesive tape.

Minor Cuts and Scratches

Wash with clean running water. Clean with disposable sterile swabs. Carefully dry with sterile gauze, starting with the wound then working outwards to the surrounding skin. When bleeding stops, apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid. Cover with a non-stick sterile dressing. You should see a doctor if the wound starts throbbing or turns red.

Grazes and Gravel Rash

Gently remove foreign matter. Wash the affected area with clean running water. Clean with disposable sterile swabs. Carefully dry with sterile gauze, starting with the wound then working outwards to the surrounding skin. When bleeding has stopped, apply Betadine First Aid Cream. If required, cover with a non-stick sterile dressing. Then apply a conforming cotton bandage.

Serious Cuts and Wounds

Control bleeding by applying and maintaining pressure using a bulky sterile dressing. Raise the injured area if possible. See a doctor promptly, bearing in mind that tetanus immunisation may be needed.

Minor Burns and Scalds

Cool immediately in cold water for 10-20 minutes. If red or blistered, cover with a non-stick sterile dressing and see a doctor.

Blistered or Deeper Burns

Immediate cooling (do not over cool). Do not clean. Do not remove charred clothing. Cover with a non-stick sterile dressing. Refer to a doctor or hospital immediately.

Weeping Wounds

Clean with sterile gauze and sterile saline. Apply Betadine Antiseptic Ointment and cover with a non-stick sterile dressing. Then apply a conforming cotton bandage. You should see a doctor if the wound starts throbbing, turns red, or if the fluid weeping from the wound is yellow (like pus) or green in colour.

Minor Fungal Infections:

First clean and dry minor fungal infections (like tinea and ringworm) thoroughly. Then apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid or Ointment 2-3 times daily. If the problem persists you should see a doctor.

Blisters:

Protect from infection and injury. Apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid and cover with a non-stick sterile dressing if the blister is large, or an adhesive dressing strip if small.

Contraindications:

Not to be used in known hypersensitivity to iodine or povidone. If irritation, redness or swelling develops, discontinue treatment and consult a doctor. Not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding. For further information on contraindications to the use of povidone-iodine containing preparations, please refer to the package insert or consult your healthcare professional prior to use.

Active Ingredients
Ingredient Amount
Povidone Iodine 5 % W/W
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