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254 | Covetrus ph: 855.724.3461 | fx: 888.329.3861 | Wound Care Wound Care Topical Wound Treatment (continued) Fura-Zone (Nitrofurazone) Topical Ointment Supplied by: Neogen Fura-Zone Ointment is antibiotic ointment for the prevention, or treatment of surface bacterial infections of wounds, burns, and cutaneous ulcers. Water-soluble. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 058930 79103 Furazone Nitrofurazone Topical Ointment 1 lb Jar WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nitrofurazone, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to Vetasan ® Ointment Supplied by: Kinetic Vetasan is an antiseptic ointment for topical use. Formulated for horses, dogs and cats. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 042451 9006-06-01 Vetasan Ointment 4 oz Jar 042450 9006-06-00 Vetasan Ointment 1 lb Jar Veterinus Derma Gel Supplied by: Vetoquinol Derma Gel Animal Skin Care Non-Aerosol Spray is an isotonic hydrogel made of high molecular weight polymers that promotes wound healing in all animal species: horses, dogs, cats, livestock, birds, reptiles and exotics. Derma Gel Spray ensures a uniform porous barrier of protection against bacterial attack and foreign contaminants while maintaining skin moisture. No bandaging is required. Derma Gel Spray promotes hair regrowth of the original color in affected area. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 022625 439194 Veterinus Derma Gel Spray 50mL Bottle 022626 439195 Veterinus Derma Gel 100mL Tube Biozide Wound Gel Supplied by: Performance Products Inc Biozide Gel is a topical antimicrobial gel containing Povidone-Iodine Complex. It is formulated for the purpose of creating a healing, infection free environment to protect the wound site and to promote problem free healing of minor, severe, as well as "tough to heal" injuries. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 001600 Biozide Wound Dressing Gel 20 oz Tube

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