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Penpharm Paw-Paw Ointment Relieves and Cleanses 30g
Discipline: western herbal.Scheduling status:Not scheduled.Proprietary name and dosage form:Paw-paw ointment.Preservatives:Potassium Sorbate 0.01%.Methyl Paraben 0.1%.Propyl Paraben 0.01%.Pharmacological classification:D13.12 dermatological preparations - others.Pharmacological action.Paw-Paw ointment may show antibacterial and anbmicrobial properties.Indications:Paw-paw ointment is a local topical application for bums, chaffing, cracked skin, splinters, open wounds, insect bites and nappy rash.Identification:Yellow petrolatum based ointment.Presentation:30g ointment in a red tube with a red screw cap.Registration number:To be allocated.Tel: (011) 791 0026.E-mail: [email protected] information leaflet for paw-paw ointment.What Paw-Paw ointment is used for:Paw-Paw ointment is a local topical application for bums, chaffing, cracked skin, splinters, open wounds, insect bites and nappy rash.Indentification of paw-paw ointment:Yellow petrolatum based ointment.
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Penpharm®.Internationally renowned.Paw-paw ointment.Relieves and cleanses.For burns, chaffing, cracked skin, splinters, open wounds, insect bites and nappy rash.
Dosage and directions for use:First test the ointment on a small patch of skin to ensure there is no allergic reaction. Apply three to four times daily to the affected area.Read all of this leaflet carefully because it contains important information for you.Paw-Paw ointment is available without a doctor's prescription.Nevertheless you still need to use Paw-Paw ointment carefully to get the best results from it.Keep this leaflet. You may need to read it again.Do not share Paw-Paw ointment with any other person.Ask your pharmacist if you need more information or advice.You must see a doctor if your symptoms worsen or do not improve.How to use paw-paw ointment:Do not share medicine prescribed for you with any other person.First test the ointment on a small patch of skin to ensure there is no allergic reaction.The usual dose is:Apply three to four times daily to the affected area.Storage and disposing of paw-paw ointment:Do not use after the expiry date.Return all unused medicine to your pharmacist.Do not dispose of unused medicine in drains or sewerage systems (e.g. toilets).