Dermaclense - Jurox
Starting at $34.55
Jurox Dermaclense - to aid in the removal of necrotic tissue, coagulum and debris from wounds. Promotes healing and regeneration of tissue in cattle, horses, dogs and cats.
VR Dermaclens Spray Solution an Aid in Skin & Wound Cleansing
Malic acid 15 mg/mL
Proprionic acid 35 mg/mL
Propylene glycol 78.5 mg/mL
Dermaclens Spray aids in the removal of necrotic tissue, coagulum and debris and promotes the healing and regeneration of tissues.
Propionic acid has antibacterial, antifungal actions and acts as a debriding agent to remove scab and necrotic (dead) tissue.
Malic acid buffers the solution to pH6 (near neutral) to provide a physiological environment for the regeneration of new tissue and also acts as a debriding agent to remove scab and necrotic (dead) tissue.
Propylene glycol emulsifies the tissues, aiding their removal.
The wetting properties of Dermaclens Spray are excellent due to the surfactant included in the formulation, ensuring that Dermaclens penetrates scabs, wax and debris.
For external use only
Avoid contact with eyes because of possible irritant or damaging effects – if contact occurs rinse eye thoroughly with water.
When used on teats remove all residues from teats and udders with soapy water and dry prior to milking.
Directions for Use
␣ Spray on affected area and repeat 2 or 3 times daily or as directed.
␣ It is important that the affected area be kept moist with Dermaclens Spray. Where a pad or bandage is used (wet dressing) ensure that dressing is kept moist with Dermaclens and the dressing changed every couple of days where practical. Jurox Dermaclens Cream could be useful in these situations.
Each g contains
Propylene Glycol 185 mg,
Propionic Acid 17.5 mg,
Malic Acid 7.5 mg.
Aids in the removal of necrotic tissue, coagulum and debris from wounds. Promotes healing and regeneration of tissue.
Treatment of chapped teats, udder lesions and black spot in dairy cows and wounds in all species.
Ensure that all residues are removed from the udder or teats prior to milking by washing with soapy water and drying the teat thoroughly.
Directions for Use
Chapped teats, udder lesions and black spot. Apply to the affected area or teat immediately after milking, rub gently into the skin. Wounds. Clean the wound and apply over the affected area. Repeat daily as required.