Nitrofurazone Ointment

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Nitrofurazone Ointment

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Product Summary:

An effective antibiotic treatment for surface bacterial infections of wounds, burns, and cutaneous ulcers.  Brand may vary.

Instructions: Apply directly on the lesion with a spatula or a piece of gauze. Application of a bandage is optional. This preparation should be in contact with the lesion for at least 24 hours. The dressing may be changed several times daily or left on the lesion for a longer perid.

Caution: In case of deep or puncture wounds or serious burns, use only as recommended by a veterinarian. If redness, irriation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use; reconsult veterinarian. Avoid exposure to alkaline material and flourescent lighting.

Human Warning: Avoid contact with skin.

Ingredients: .02% nitrofurazone, in a water soluble base of polyethylene glycols.

1 lb. jar.

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replunish our supply. Good to have on hand.
Kathi S on Jan 10, 2016
barn requirement
LORRAINE S on Nov 26, 2015
needed it
Astrid D on Dec 2, 2015
Great product to have in the 1st Aid kit. Multiple purposes and very effective.
Donna R on Aug 6, 2015
how come it is not for use on humans?
Linda J on Nov 2, 2015
Best Answer: I really don't know but I would guess it is the time and expense of a FDA approval rating.
Reply · Report · LORI S on Nov 2, 2015
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I noticed it states keep away from human skin and am wondering what the issue is? Also, someone mentioned using it on her dogs too, as per her vet. Any experience with dogs?
Ana D on Mar 6, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Anna,
My vet had me use this ,along with a couple of other ingredients, to treat proud flesh.
They did say to wear gloves when applying, They said it was especially bad for women. If I remember correctly, it interferes with our hormones, putting us at higher risks for female cancers.
So please just wear gloves, it really is a good product.
Hope this was helpful.
Reply · Report · CHERYL D on Mar 6, 2014
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what happen when used on a women knee?
Linda J on Nov 2, 2015
Best Answer: There is a big warning on the back of the jar stating that it is NOT to be used by humans. It is carcinogenic(can cause cancer in humans) You should even wear gloves when applying it. Honestly as good as this product works for cuts on my horses, I will not buy it again.
Reply · Report · CHER S on Nov 3, 2015
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does it help with thrush in hooves?
A shopper on Dec 11, 2014
Best Answer: In 1980 i had a colt get into a barbwire fence and you could see the bone ..the vet told me to dress the wound with this..in two weeks the skin had cover the bone with hair growing back...From that time on I have used it on all my wounds and burns plus my dogs..Nitrofurazone had amazing healing power..Robert
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