Features of Microcyn Wound Care Spray
- Microcyn Skin and Wound Cleanser is a non-toxic and non-irritating that is safe for use over sensitive skin
- It is an effective solution for wound cleansing, irrigation and wound moistening
- It helps speed up healing process
- This product is safe to use around the nose, mouth and eyes
- It breaks down biofilm in 30 seconds
- Sonoma Microcyn is free from antibiotics and steroid
Ingredients of Microcyn Skin & Wound Spray
Electrolyzed Water, Sodium Chloride (NaCl), and preservatives: Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl), and Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl).
What to buy with Wound Cleanser?
When to use Microcyn Skin & Wound Care Spray?
Microcyn® Antimicrobial Skin and Wound Care is intended to be used by healthcare practioners in the management via debridement of wounds such as:
Contraindications of Wound Care Spray
Known hypersensitivity to any of the Microcyn Antimicrobial Skin and Wound Care ingredients.
Possible Side Effects of Microcyn
There may e a temporary burning or stinging sensation when first applied to broken skinNote:
The solution contains sodium hypochlorite and hypochlorous acid as preservatives to reduce/prevent the growth of microorganisms within the solution.
How to use Microcyn Wound Spray?
- Use Microcyn Antimicrobial Skin and Wound Care to clean and aid the debridement of wounds and peri-wound tissue.
- Do not rinse.
- To moisten a dressing, apply to wound dressing and cover the wound bed.
- To keep dressing moist, apply Microcyn as needed throughout the day.
- Store with cap closed tightly after each use in its original container.
- Store at 59 to 77°F (15 to 25°C) away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
- Do not freeze.
- Microcyn Antimicrobial Skin and Wound Care is to be used only as directed by a licensed healthcare practitioner.
- Do not use to treat any condition other than that for which it is prescribed.
- Avoid contact with the eyes.
- If a reaction to Microcyn Antimicrobial Skin and Wound Care suggesting sensitivity or chemical irritation occurs, use of the medication should be discontinued and the prescribing healthcare practitioner consulted.