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Accuzyme

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INDICATIONS

ACCUZYME (papain and urea) is indicated for debridement of necrotic tissue and liquefication of slough in acute and chronic lesions such as pressure ulcers, varicose and diabetic ulcers, burns, postoperative wounds, pilonidal cyst wounds, carbuncles and miscellaneous traumatic or infected wounds.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

Cleanse the wound with ALLCLENZ® Wound Cleanser or saline. Avoid cleansing with hydrogen peroxide solution as it may inactivate the papain. Apply ACCUZYME (papain and urea) directly to the wound, cover with appropriate dressing, secure into place. Daily or twice daily applications are preferred. Irrigate the wound at each redressing to remove any accumulation of liquefied necrotic material. NOTE: Papain may also be inactivated by the salts of heavy metals such as lead, silver and mercury. Contact with medications containing these metals should be avoided.

HOW SUPPLIED

30g tube, 6g tube. Store in a cool place 8°-15°C (46°-59°F).

Do not refrigerate.

ACCUZYME (papain and urea) Ointment is a registered trademark of Healthpoint, Ltd.
ALLCLENZ Wound Cleanser is a registered trademark of Healthpoint, Ltd.

Marketed by:
HEALTHPOINT
Healthpoint, Ltd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
1-800-441-8227
www.healthpoint.com
Manufactured by:
DPT Laboratories, Ltd.
San Antonio, Texas 78215

REORDER NO. 0064-1000-01 (30g tube)
                           0064-1000-07 (6g tube)

Last reviewed on RxList: 12/8/2004
This monograph has been modified to include the generic and brand name in many instances.

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