Dermatological Preparations

Mebo Ointment Burn And Wound Management Ointment

MEBO indicated for: MEBO has been used successfully in the treatment of the following wounds: First-degree burns, where the pain relief and the fast healing are remarkable, e.g. sunburn. Second degree burns, superficial and deep. If properly applied, no skin grafting is needed and regeneration takes place from hair follicles and glands in the dermis …

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Bee Care Cream for burns, wounds and ulcers

Bee Care is composed of unique combination that is Used For Treating wounds, burns and ulcers. By creating a Physiological moist environment that facilitate Enzymatic Wound debridment, plus its anti inflammatory effect that Relieves erythema and edema and by its synergistic antiseptic action which keeps the wound clean and unsuitable for bacterial growth resulting in …

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Iruxol Ointment For The Enzymatic Wounds And Burn Debridement

Iruxol Ointment is indicated for: the enzymatic debridement of necrotizing wounds, including leg and decubital ulcers. In ulcerations & necroses, such as leg ulcer, decumbitus, gangrene of the extremities, especially diabetic gangrene, frostbite. in poorly healing wounds i.e in wounds after operations, radiotherapy, accidents. In all type of bums & before skin grafting. Dosage And Administration …

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Bivatracin Spray Topical Antibacterial

Bivatracin is indicated for: Dermatology: Pyodermia epidermal (impetigo group). Epidermocutaneous pyodermia (folliculitis)- primarily to prevent spread of infection. Superinfections of surface wounds and burns. Bacterial dermatopathies (ecthyma gangrenosum). Prevention of pyococcal superinfections in case of increased risk of their occurrence (herpes simplex, herpes zoster, bites of insects). Otology: Inflammation of the external ear canal. For …

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Contractubex Gel

Contractubex is indicated for: Movement-restricting hypertrophic, keloidal scares and cosmetically disfiguring scars after operations, amputations, burns and accidents; contractures such as Dupytren’s contracture and traumatic tendon contracture, cicatricial strictures. Dosage & Administration Unless otherwise prescribed by the physician. Slightly massage Contractubex into the scar tissue several times daily until complete penetration of the gel. Fresh …

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