McKesson Unna Boot 4"x10 yds
Unna boots with zinc oxide and calamine help protect skin while offering compression and support. A non-raveling gauze that is evenly impregnated with a non-hardening zinc oxide paste. Conforms easily to the foot or leg and provides a moist healing environment. Non-sterile.
Directions: Apply as needed. Cleanse the leg and moisturize the skin, if necessary. If a wound is present, apply an appropriate wound dressing for moist wound healing. Position the foot and ankle at a 90 degree or right angle to the leg (dorsiflexed). Begin wrapping the medicated bandage without tension at the base of the toes. Wrap the leg with a light tension, overlapping each layer by approximately 50%, in a spiral fashion. Wrap up the leg stopping 1-2 inches below the posterior knee. Apply a tubular stockinette or cohesive bandage (not included) to protect the medicated bandage and clothing). Keep away from sunlight. Store in a dry, ventilated area. Do not store above 77 degrees F (25 degrees C).
Active Ingredients: In Each Gram: Zinc Oxide 3%; Calamine 3%
Inactive Ingredients: Castor Oil; Glycerin; Methylparaben; Propylparaben
Warnings: For external use only. If condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days, consult a doctor. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep this and all medicines out of children's reach. DO NOT REUSE.
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