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fibrinolysin w/dnase-topical ointment, Elase

GENERIC NAME: FIBRINOLYSIN W/DNASE - TOPICAL OINTMENT (fie-brin-oh-LIE-sin WITH DEE-naze)

BRAND NAME(S): Elase

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USES: This medication breaks up and helps remove dead skin and tissue to encourage healing of wounds. It is used to promote healing of wounds such as burns, ulcers, surgical wounds, circumcision or episiotomy.

HOW TO USE: This medication is for topical or vaginal use only. To apply to the skin, first clean the wound as directed and gently dry the area. Apply a thin layer of ointment and cover the area with gauze or a bandage as recommended. Change the bandage 1 to 3 times a day as directed. For maximal effects, the wound must be cleaned before applying new ointment. For vaginal use, insert the prescribed amount of ointment deep into the vagina once a night as directed. Do not apply this in large amounts or use this more often than directed. Wash hands well after applying the ointment.




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