antibiotic ointment

antibiotic ointment

Any of a number of topical antibacterial ointments or creams
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Following symptomatic treatment with 2% diphenhydramine spray and triple antibiotic ointment (bacitracin, neomycin, and polymyxin B), beginning resolution of the lesions was noted by the same evening, and complete resolution occurred over a week's time.
Too many self-treatable minor ailments that should have been addressed with antibiotic ointment and a Band-Aid were migrating to workers' compensation medical triage programs, as were nonoccupational health issues," he said.
Also, they asked the patients to put a topical antibiotic ointment or placebo control into their nose (where the staphylococcus can also grow) for five sequential days of each month.
In this case, keep the area clean, apply antibiotic ointment, and change the bandage daily.
Injuries to the other leg were treated with an antibiotic ointment or dressing.
Antibiotic ointment was applied locally over the pressure sores and healing took place over seven days.
First aid kit: Some items to include are disposable gloves, scissors and safety pins, assorted bandages, aspirin or substitute, antibiotic ointment, disinfectant (for cleaning wounds), soap, clean cloths, moistened towelettes, tweezers, sunscreen and thermometer
Triple antibiotic ointment and Elastogel were applied, and the restraint was redone.
If the blister bursts on its own, keep it clean and apply a little antibiotic ointment such as Bacitracin.
When a child gets a skin injury, try herbs instead of antibiotic ointment.
An antibiotic ointment, available from your chemist, will also help to prevent the spread.
Choose items to fit your hunt, your pack, and your capabilities, but always include the basics: Personal medications, adhesive bandages, alcohol wipes, antibiotic ointment, tweezers, moleskin, gauze pads, triangular bandages, safety pins, and a roll of medical tape.

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