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Povidone-Iodine USP, 5%(0.5% Available Iodine)
Do not use if you have a known sensitivity to iodine or any other ingredient in this product. Do not use in eyes. If product gets into eyes, flush immediately with water. Do not use on infants less than 2 months old due to the risk of increased blood iodine levels.
Stop use and ask a doctor if significant irritation, sensitization or other allergic reactions occur.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Other information • Store at 20-25°C (68-77°F)
Inactive Ingredients: lactic acid, lauramidopropylamine oxide, malic acid, polyquarternium-10, PPG-5-ceteth-10 phosphate, sodium hydroxide, sodium iodide, steareth-100, water, xylitol
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1 Bottle 0.14 fl oz (4 mL)
4 Sterile Swabs
3M™ Skin and Nasal Antiseptic
Povidone-Iodine Solution 5% w/w (0.5% Available Iodine) USP
Patient Preoperative Skin Preparation
Equivalent to 5mg available Iodine per milliliter
OTC Monograph Not Final
3M Health Care, St. Paul, MN 55144-1000
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