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ATRAPRO DERMAL SPRAY
Pressure/neuropathic ulcers
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Drug Name:

ATRAPRO DERMAL SPRAY Rx

Generic Name and Formulations:
Electrolyzed water, sodium chloride, and preservatives: sodium hypochlorite (0.004%), hypochlorous acid (0.003%); topical soln.

Company:
Exeltis USA

Therapeutic Use:

Indications for ATRAPRO DERMAL SPRAY :

Management via debridement of wounds such as stage I-IV pressure ulcers, partial and full thickness wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, post surgical wounds, first- and second degree burns, grafted and donor sites.

Adult:

Apply to affected area 3 times daily (or as needed).

Children:

Not recommended.

Warnings/Precautions:

Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue if sensitivity or chemical irritation occurs.

Pharmacological Class:

Debriding agent.

Adverse Reactions:

Local reactions (eg, burning, stinging).

How Supplied:

Spray—8oz

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