EMT® Gel
PBI/Gordon Corp.

Natural Hydrolysate of Collagen.

First Aid Kit in a Tube
Veterinary Tested Wound Care for Large and Small Animals

  • Seals and Protects Wounds
  • Reduces Bleeding
  • Allows Rapid Healing
  • Helps Relieve Pain & Itching

For Use on ALL Animals Including Birds & Reptiles

Ingredients:
Type I hydrolyzed collagen
Purified Water, U.S.P., Collascent®

EMT Gel is a revolutionary breakthrough in wound care for animals. EMT Gel provides nutritive collagen protein to the wound site to enhance the natural healing process and promote rapid healing. EMT gel reduces bleeding by forming a plug to encourage natural clotting. EMT Gel seals off nerve endings to reduce pain and itching. EMT Gel forms a semi-occlusive barrier that protects the wound and provides a moist environment which encourages healing. EMT Gel is all-natural, non-toxic, and has no known side effects.

Indications:
For topical application on all animals in the management of chronic and acute wounds such as:

  • Superficial wounds (cuts, abrasions)
  • Burns
  • Traumatic wounds (flesh tears)
  • Dermal ulcers, “hot spots”
  • Injured foot pads
  • Surgical wounds
  • Other general dermatologic conditions

Characteristics:
EMT Gel reduces the chance of infection by forming a barrier over the wound site. Easy to apply, EMT Gel:

  • Seals and Protects Wounds
  • Reduces bleeding
  • Allows Rapid Healing
  • Reduces pain and Itching
  • Conforms to any Wound Site
  • Deodorizes Wounds
  • Absorbs Wound Fluids
  • Biocompatible, Biodegradable

How to Use:

  1. Cleanse wound thoroughly with water or saline.
  2. Apply EMT Gel directly into the wound and onto the surrounding area.
  3. If needed, cover wound with a non-stick dressing (Telfa®). Allow to air dry on superficial wounds.
  4. Reapply EMT Gel and redress daily (if needed).

Storage:
Store at controlled room temperature. Extreme heat may affect viscosity, but will not affect product performance.
Protect from freezing.

Precautions:
Keep out of reach of children.
If condition worsens, or does not improve within 10-14 days, consult a veterinarian.

 



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