Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017423/001.

Names and composition

"SEPTISOL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HEXACHLOROPHENE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017423/001 SEPTISOL HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.25%
017424/001 SEPTISOL HEXACHLOROPHENE AEROSOL/TOPICAL 0.23%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006270/003 GAMOPHEN HEXACHLOROPHENE SOAP/TOPICAL 2%
006882/001 PHISOHEX HEXACHLOROPHENE EMULSION/TOPICAL 3%
008402/001 PHISOHEX HEXACHLOROPHENE EMULSION/TOPICAL 3%
017405/001 SOY-DOME HEXACHLOROPHENE EMULSION/TOPICAL 3%
017411/001 HEXA-GERM HEXACHLOROPHENE EMULSION/TOPICAL 3%
017412/001 GERMA-MEDICA HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%
017412/002 GERMA-MEDICA ""MG"" HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.25%
017413/001 SCRUBTEAM SURGICAL SPONGEBRUSH HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 330MG
017421/002 DIAL HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.25%
017423/001 SEPTISOL HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.25%
017424/001 SEPTISOL HEXACHLOROPHENE AEROSOL/TOPICAL 0.23%
017433/001 PRE-OP HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 480MG
017433/002 PRE-OP II HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 480MG
017446/001 PHISO-SCRUB HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 3%
017452/001 E-Z SCRUB HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 450MG
017460/001 SEPTI-SOFT HEXACHLOROPHENE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 0.25%
018363/001 HEXASCRUB HEXACHLOROPHENE SPONGE/TOPICAL 3%
018375/001 TURGEX HEXACHLOROPHENE AEROSOL/TOPICAL 3%
019055/001 TURGEX HEXACHLOROPHENE EMULSION/TOPICAL 3%

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Answered questions

Should you put septisol in a deep cut, or just use it to wash your hands before re-dressing cut?
Asked by Lavada Nau 1 year ago.

Minor cuts and abrasions should be cleaned with a mild antiseptic or cooled, previously boiled water to ensure that they do not become infected. More serious cuts, with damage to the skin and the structures below, should be seen by a doctor. Answered by Graham Wansing 1 year ago.


Should you put septisol in a deep cut, or just use it to wash your hands before re-dressing cut?
Asked by Emerson Wilansky 1 year ago.

Minor cuts and abrasions should be cleaned with a mild antiseptic or cooled, previously boiled water to ensure that they do not become infected. More serious cuts, with damage to the skin and the structures below, should be seen by a doctor. Answered by Janie Bulosan 1 year ago.


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