Mylan Granulex V Aerosol Spray
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To treat and heal cuts, burns, abrasions and other external wounds in horses, dogs, cats and cattle use Granulex® V aerosol. It's nonirritating, non-toxic formula will help facilitate the healing process by removing necrotic tissue and debris. It will not adhere to wounds.
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CAN I USED THIS PRODUCT FOR MYSELF ?
Best Answer: For animal use only.
can i used this product for myself //?
Best Answer: My husband developed a skin tear during a hospitalization. The only treatment that resolved the wound was a cream containing the same active ingredients in Granulex (Trypsin, Balsam Peru, Castor Oil). When the cream was discontinued, we switched to the Granulex spray version for humans. When that was discontinued we switched to the Granulex Spray veterinary version. The patient (a physician) decided he would use the vet version as it was the same manufacture and exact same ingredients as the human version. We've used the vet version it for over a year, 2x a day on a the patient (a quadriplegic) to prevent and treat pressure sores (bed sores). I don't know how we would keep his skin undamaged on his bottom without Granulex.
what if the dog licks it?
Best Answer: I'm sorry but I have not had that happen before. I would imagine a little won't hurt the dog however more probably would not be great for the dog.
My horse wripped about an 8" tear along his shoulder. The vet stitched it up, but is starting to come open as the edge tissue is dying. There is a pocket inside and it is draining. I'm terribly afraid it will open up again. He is on 2 antibiotics and butte. I have used granulex before and it was wonderful but this is a bigger wound. Has anyone used it on something like this? When would it be safe to try?
Thank you so much.
Best Answer: I have used Granulex for years and have used it for deep wounds on dogs. I would recommend, however, that you see if you can do some hydrotherapy (running warm water over the wound area for at least 5 minutes at a time, a couple of times a day), and that will help immensely with debriding the dead tissue. Good luck.