Medical Matkin A Antibiotic Spray


Classification: Designated quasi-drug

Description of item
Colorless spray type disinfectant. A quasi-drug disinfectant. For abrasions, cuts and blisters.
How to use Applications etc.:
Dosage and administration: Apply to the affected area several times a day by spraying or soaking in gauze, absorbent cotton, etc. Precautions related to usage and dosage <Precautions regarding usage> (1) When used by children, under the guidance and supervision of a guardian let it be used. (2) Be careful not to get it in your eyes. In the unlikely event that it gets in your eyes, immediately wash with water\n or lukewarm water. In addition, if the symptoms are severe, please consult an ophthalmologist. (3) Use only for external use.

This product in 70 mL chlorhexidine gluconate solution (20 w/v%) 0.175 mL
Usage notes:
What not to do (Failure to do so may worsen the current symptoms or cause side effects.) The following people should not use: (1) People with extensive affected areas (2) People with deep wounds or severe burns Consultation 1. The following people should consult a doctor or pharmacist before use: (1) People receiving treatment from a doctor (2) People with allergies or family members (3) People who have had allergic symptoms due to drugs 2. In the following cases, immediately discontinue use and consult a doctor or pharmacist with this container (1) If the following symptoms appear after use 
Storage and Handling Precautions:
(1) Keep tightly sealed in a cool place out of direct sunlight. (2) Keep out of reach of children. (3) Do not replace with other containers. (It may cause misuse or change the quality) (4) Do not use the product after the expiration date. (The expiry date is listed on the bottom)