Cetrigen Antibacterial Wound Spray
Active Ingredients: Cetrimide @ 1mg/g, Di-N-propyl isocinchomeronate @ 20mg/g & Diethyltoluamide 40mg/g
Cetrigen Antibacterial Wound Spray is formulated to treat cuts and superficial wounds in all animals. The product formulation contains an antibacterial agent, an insect repellent and a purple dye colouring to clearly indicate coverage of the intended site.
What Is Cetrigen:
- Contains antiseptic to treat cuts, scrapes and superficial wounds and protect wounds from infection.
- Two powerful insecticides repel insects, protecting wounds from insect associated damage.
- Suitable for use on all animals .
- Purple dye ensures full wound coverage.
Why Choose Cetrigen:
- Contains an antiseptic to protect wounds from infection.
Cetrigen contains cetrimide, a well known antiseptic compound with antibacterial properties that inhibits the growth of bacteria in the wound and helps to prevent re-infection. Infection is a risk to any wound, no matter how minor, and if it becomes established in a wound it can delay the healing process and lead to more severe or additional problems like scarring and proud flesh.
- Contains two powerful insect repellents.
DEET contained in Cetrigen is regarded as one of the most effective insect repelling compounds available. DEET acts by creating a shield of repellent vapour as it evaporates. This shield confuses insects so they can’t locate the animal to land on. Di-N-propyl isocinchomeronate is also an effective insect repellent and works with DEET to create a stronger barrier. These two insect repellents provide effective protection for wounds to prevent them from damage due to insects.
- Registered for use on all animals.
Cetrigen broad species application means that it is a versatile treatment option for all animals. This means there is no need to keep multiple products on hand to treat different animals in multiple species households. Cetrigen can be safely used on all domestic pets and farm animals.
- Contains a purple dye.
Cetrigen is sometimes known as purple spray due to the unique bright purple colouring of the product. A purple dye is included in the formulation so that the area treated can be easily identified to ensure full coverage. The dye will remain intact on the wound under most conditions so that treated areas can be quickly identified each day.
- Convenient presentation.
Cetrigen is available in a 100g aerosol and a 500mL trigger spray. Two practical presentations to suit a wide variety of situations and uses. The trigger spray applicator is noiseless and is also adjustable to provide various spray patterns to enable adequate coverage of the area being treated. The aerosol presentation does not contain compounds that are harmful to the environment and comes in a conveniently sized robust can.
When to Use Cetrigen:
- First aid kit in a bottle.
Formulated to treat cuts, scrapes and superficial wounds Cetrigen is ideal to have on hand to deal with minor injuries and mishaps. Ideal as a first line defence for emergency medicine or as a maintenance product to protect wounds during healing. Use on open wounds helps to dry the area.
- On wounds at risk from infection.
Open wounds are very susceptible to the risk of infection, which can often cause a wound to become a much more serious problem than it was originally. Animals that are kept outside especially those that live under paddock conditions have a very high risk of infection. The active ingredient cetrimide in Cetrigen is a well known antiseptic compound and assists in protecting wounds from infection by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria.
- To protect wounds from insects.
The moist environment of wounds attracts flies and other insects. These insects can cause anything from mild irritation to delayed wound healing and myiasis. Insects biting or burrowing into wounds can cause wounds to become damaged beyond their original severity, as well as providing a source of infection and contamination. Additionally the irritation and annoyance caused by insects around wounds can lead to animals causing further harm to themselves in trying to avoid the insects.
- After minor surgical procedures.
The antibacterial and insect repellent properties of Cetrigen will assist in providing protection to wounds left by minor surgical procedures such as marking, castration and sutures.
How to Use Cetrigen:
The spray presentation of is quickly and easily applied wherever it is needed. Cetrigen is the ideal product for use on any minor wound, cut or scrape. The sturdy, practical sized aerosol can is an ideal product to have in vehicles or sheds for emergency care when and where it is needed. The noiseless trigger spray pack is great for use on nervous or skittish animals.
- Formulated to treat cuts, scrapes and superficial wounds.
- Registered for use on all animals making it a versatile treatment option.
- Ideal as a first line defence for emergency medicine or as a maintenance product to protect wounds during healing.
Pack Sizes: 500mL Trigger Spray Bottle or 100gm Aerosol Can.
Registrant: Virbac Australia Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 45797 (Spray) 38731 (Aerosol)