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CVS Health - Pomada de bacitracina, 1 oz


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CVS Health - Pomada de bacitracina, 1 oz
1 oz, 0.1 lb. N.° de artículo: 219634

Bacitracin Ointment, First Aid Antibiotic Ointment, contains bacitracin 500 units, a first aid antibiotic, which helps to prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns. Simply apply a small amount to the affected area 1 to 3 times a day. Read package for full directions before use.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: This product contains bacitracin 500 units, a first aid antibiotic, which helps to prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
FIRST AID ANTIBIOTIC: Treats burns, minor cuts and scrapes on the skin. Provides protection against minor skin infections.
BACITRACIN OINTMENT is a first aid antibiotic used to prevent minor skin infections caused by small cuts, scrapes and burns.
INFECTION PREVENTION: Use this ointment for cuts, scrapes and burns that are minor in nature to help prevent infection.
DIRECTIONS: Clean the affected area and apply a small amount (an amount equal to the surface area of the tip of a finger) of First Aid Antibiotic Ointment on the area 1 to 3 times daily. Se puede cubrir con un apósito esterilizado.

ProblemaPrimeros auxilios
Etapa de vidaAdulto
Tipo de productoTratamientos para piel
Cantidad1-20 oz


Active ingredient (each gram contains): Bacitracin 500 units. Inactive ingredients: light mineral oil, white petrolatum.


Uses: first aid to help prevent infection in: minor cuts; scrapes; burns.
Directions: clean the affected area; apply a small amount of this product (an amount equal to the surface area of the tip of a finger) on the area 1 to 3 times daily; may be covered with a sterile bandage.


Advertencias: Solo para uso externo. Do not use: in the eyes; over large areas of the body; if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Consultar a un médico antes de usar si tiene: heridas profundas o punzantes; mordeduras de animales; quemaduras graves. Stop use and ask a doctor if: you need to use longer than 1 week; condition persists or gets worse; rash or other allergic reaction develops. Mantener fuera del alcance de los niños. En caso de ingesta, busque asistencia médica o comuníquese con un Centro de Control de Intoxicaciones de inmediato. (1-800-222-1222)

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What is Bacitracin?

Bacitracin is a medication, typically in an ointment form, that is used to help prevent minor skin infections caused by scrapes, burns, or small cuts. It works to help stop the growth of certain bacteria to help the skin can heal and avoid infection.

How do You Use Bacitracin?

If you have a minor scrape, cut, or burn, you can apply the bacitracin ointment directly to the affected area. Clean the area first using mild soap and water. Allow the area to dry and then apply a small amount of the ointment to the area one to three times each day. You can apply a light gauze or sterile bandage over it to help keep germs and dirt out of the wound. You should not use bacitracin for longer than seven days. If your injury becomes worse or inflamed, see a doctor right away.

You should seek urgent care for a wound if:
• The wound is on a child under a year old
• Bleeding is severe or doesn’t stop with gentle pressure
• Your wound has jagged edges
• The cut is deep, gaping, or across a joint
• The wound was caused by a dirty object or was the result of a projectile or something impaling the skin
• The wound was caused by a human or animal bite
• The wound happened on the face or genital area
• Stitches are usually needed for cuts longer than ½ inch. If you have a cut on your face that's ¼ inch or longer, a doctor may close it with surgical glue or sutures.
• Or any other reason that would warrant you to believe that you need to seek medical attention

What is Bacitracin Used For?

Most minor injuries may not need the attention of a healthcare professional. But, in order to help keep germs away, bacitracin can help to protect small wounds from getting infected. This ointment should be in your first aid kit in case you need it. The purpose of bacitracin is to help keep infections from occurring after a minor cut, burn, or scrape. Many parents and coaches keep some handy so they can quickly help treat a child who has been cut or has a scraped knee.

How Often Should You Apply Bacitracin?

Always follow the directions as indicated on the packaging of your bacitracin ointment. As a general rule, the ointment should be applied to the affected area anywhere from one to three times maximum per day. Never apply it directly to dirty skin, and always clean the skin before a new layer of product is applied. If you're still experiencing pain or swelling after seven days, discontinue using the bacitracin and see your doctor as soon as possible.

CVS Health - Pomada de bacitracina, 1 oz