Stericlens Sterile Irrigation Wound Spray

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Stericlens Sterile Irrigation Wound Spray

Stericlens Aerosol is a sterile saline aerosol solution used for irrigating and cleaning chronic and acute wounds. It contains 0.9%w/v sodium chloride, and can be dispensed as a jet from a pressurized aerosol can.

Stericlens Aerosol has an impact pressure on the wound that minimizes damage to newly formed tissue.

  • Designed to help remove debris from wounds without making direct contact.

  • Promotes high standard of infection control. 

  • Can be used multiple times - ensuring minimal wastage due to convenient aerosol application method.  

  • Spray over the area being treated of about a distance of 10cm to 12cm to thoroughly irrigate and cleanse it

  • Precaution: do not use for injections. For external use only. Do not spray near or into the eyes

  • Available in 100ml and 240ml sizes.

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