Betadine Antiseptic Liquid 15ml
Our children are prone to getting wounds, no matter how much we protect them. They get it from playing, creating things and exploring the world around them. But sometimes they are much too afraid to tell us because of the fear of getting doubly hurt with the treatment products we use them.
Betadine Antiseptic liquid is different. For a quick and effective protection, reach out for Betadine Antiseptic liquid. It is a potent antiseptic yet gentle enough not to sting. It kills bacteria, viruses and fungi upon contact so it protects us from getting more serious infections. And you don't have to worry about staining your clothes because it washes off easily.
What are the benefits of using Betadine Antiseptic Liquid?
It kills infectious micro organisms in an instant; thus providing protection against infections.
It is non-irritating and does not cause permanent staining.
Cuts wounds and abrasions
Apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid undiluted liberally to the injured area using a cotton tipped applicator or cotton wool as desired. Wipe away from the cut and cover the surrounding area well. Alternatively Betadine Antiseptic Ointment may be used. Minor Burns
Cool immediately in cold water for 10?20 minutes. If red or blistered, cover with a non?stick sterile dressing and see a doctor.
If a blister breaks, it is especially prone to infection. For this reason, treat an unbroken blister as you would one that is broken. Apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid or Ointment, next, cover with a non?stick dressing and secure in place with adhesive strapping or, if the blister is small, cover with a small adhesive dressing.
Tinea (Athletes Foot)
At the first sign of itching, reddening or peeling apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid or Ointment liberally. Repeat application 3 or 4 times a day.
Paronychia (Infected skin around the nails)
Paronychia is inflammation involving the folds of tissue around the fingernail. At the first sign of infection apply Betadine Antiseptic Liquid or Ointment liberally to the affected area. Repeat application 3 or 4 times daily. Keep the affected area as dry as possible.
Ringworm is another name for tinea. The term is generally used when the infection is found on skin areas other than the feet. It should be treated exactly the same way as tinea however, if the affected area is on the head (tinea capitis) it might require special treatment, such as shaving. In this case professional medical advice should be sought.
Betadine Antiseptic Liquid contains 10% Povidone-Iodine. equiv to 1% w/w available Iodine.
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. Povidone-Iodine preparations should not be applied over a long period and to large areas of the skin (e.g., not to more than 10% of the total body surface and for not longer than 14 days) unless strictly indicated.