Saline spray – For eye inflammation and wound care

  • 2 spray nozzles included, one for cleaning eyes and one for cleaning wounds.
  • Ideal for cleaning before applying WOUND
  • Sterile saline from start to finish
  • Produced in Denmark
  • 250 ml.

23,00

In stock (can be backordered)

Saline spray – For eye inflammation and wound care

Unique and patented technology for washing and rinsing wounds, eyes, ears and nose in our animals. Animalhelpcare has developed a packaging for salt water, which makes this product sterile to the last drop. Thereby you can have this spray in the closet, and use it when needed.

The product is particularly useful for cleansing wounds, before e.g. WOUND is applied. But is also good for relieving eye inflammation in horses. The fine drizzle the nozzle head makes allows you to spray the horse directly into the eye without causing any pain.

The contact-free use is a great advantage as you reduce the risk of adding additional bacteria to the infected area.

 

Wound cleansing:

Remove the lid. Start by spraying close to the injured area. Then slowly direct the spray towards the injured area at an approximate distance of 10 cm to the wound. Rinsing is continued for as long as needed.

It is recommended to apply the lid after use to maintain a sterile rinsing environment.

Another nozzle is included, which provides a hard jet for cleaning wounds.

 

Foreign body in the eye or eye inflammation:

In case of foreign body in the eye, it is important to rinse the eye. Avoid rubbing or touching the eye as there is a risk of scratching the cornea.

Start by removing the lid. The rinsing is started by spraying along the throat near the eye. Thereby the animal gradually gets used to the rinsing liquid. Then slowly direct the spray liquid towards the eye at an approximate distance of 10 cm to the eye. Rinsing is continued for as long as needed. In case of continued irritation, contact your veterinarian.

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