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Betadine Surgical Scrub

Item # 05731
  • Widely used by veterinarians for pre and post op scrubbing and washing
  • Reduces bacteria that potentially causes infection
  • Antiseptic sudsing cleanser contains providone iodine (7%)
  • Disinfects minor cuts, wounds and abrasions
  • A must for every home, barn and first aid kit
  • Made in the USA
  • 16 oz. bottle
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$13.99

Description:
Betadine is an antiseptic sudsing skin cleanser. Its used for veterinarians for pre and post operative scrubbing and washing. Betadine helps reduce bacteria that potentially can cause skin infections. It can be used as a hand wash to reduce bacteria that is on the skin. Betadine significantly reduces the number of microorganisms on the hands and forearms prior to surgery or patient care.


Product Benefits:

  • Great to use on cuts or wounds to kill bacteria
  • Antiseptic cleanser
     

Active Ingredient:                                                      
Providone-iodine...7.5%
 

Inactive Ingredients:
Ammonium nonoxynol-4 sulface, nonoxynol-9, purified water and sodium hydroxide

 

Directions:
Surgical Hand Scrub:

  • Wet hands with water
  • Spread about 5 Cc (1 Teaspoonful) of srub over both hands and forearms
  • Without adding more water, scrub thoroughly gor 2 1/2 to 3 minutes
  • Use a sponge if desired. Clean thoroughly under fingernails
  • Add a little water and develop copious suds. Rinse thoroughly under running water
  • Repeat the entire procedure using another 5 Cc of scrub


 Antiseptic Hand Wash:

  • Wet hands with water and pour about 5 Cc of scrub on hands
  • Rub dands vigorously together for at least 15 seconds, covering all surfaces
  • Rinse hand dry with a disposable towel
     

Pre-operative Skin Preparation:

  • After the surgical area is clipped, wet with water
  • Apply scrub (1 Cc is sufficient to cover an area of 20-30 square snches), develop lather and scrub thoroughly for about 5 minutes
  • Rinse off using sterile gauze saturated with water
  • The area may then be painted with betadine solution veterinary and allowed to dry

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