Directions for Use
- Wash your hands with soap and water before touching the wound.
- Carefully clean the wound using soap and water or an appropriate commercial brand of wound cleanser.
- Dispense CareSTAT® Wound Dressing Gel onto an appropriate clean applicator (such as a tongue depressor or gauze) in a sufficient amount to liberally cover the wound. Cover the gel with an appropriate secondary dressing cover such as a gauze bolster, dressing wrap, film or non-woven adhesive secondary dressing.
Changing the Dressing
- Carefully remove the secondary dressing from the wound.
- Residual CareSTAT® Wound Dressing Gel may be removed with the cover dressing.
- Follow instructions above to re-apply the gel.
Frequency of Change
CareSTAT® Wound Dressing Gel should normally be changed every 24 to 72 hours, but the frequency will depend on the type and condition of the wound.
Consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns or questions about the wound. Be alert for signs of wound infection. These can include:
- Pus or cloudy fluid draining from the wound
- Increased redness around the wound
- Wound has become extremely tender
- Increased Pain or swelling 48 hours after the wound occurred
- Onset of fever
- Wound has not healed within 10 days from the date of the injury.
CareSTAT® Wound Dressing Gel is designed for use on any part of the body except for oral and ophthalmic use. Consult a healthcare professional before using the gel in any other manner.
Store at room temperature.
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