Reference Guide: Minor cuts and scratches

Wash your hands first before handling a wound. With cuts, rinsing under water is usually sufficient. Clean all scratches with water and mild soap. Remove matter from wound and clean with a fresh towel. Then, apply an antiseptic to prevent infection.

BORIC ACID NF
Topical antiseptic and astringent used in solution, for the temporary relief of mild cuts and burns.

FRIAR'S BALSAM COMPOUND BENZOIN TINCTURE USP
To stop the bleeding of minor cuts.

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE USP 3% SOLUTION - 10 VOLUME
Topical antiseptic for minor wounds and removing adhesive bandages left on skin.

TINCTURE OF IODINE 2.5%
Topical antiseptic for relief of minor wounds, cuts and abrasions.

TINCTURE OF IODINE 5%
Topical antiseptic for relief of minor wounds, cuts and abrasions.

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