Open wounds

Application of STREPTOkill on wounds and abrasions

Apply Streptokill directly to the area that you wish to disinfect, ideally using the direct oral applicator. If you are applying near eyes, use extra caution or chose another method of sterile application. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse them with a stream of clean water.
The frequency of application is not limited.

Open wounds and abrasions

Injuries often cause damage to the skin or mucous membranes. The injury is called a wound. Wounds can vary in depths, according to which we classify them. The wounds are either superficial or deep.
A common problem with wounds is infection, which could have gotten into the wound. This could happen during the injury, for example scratching on a nail or other object. It is called the primary infection.
Sometimes the infection can occur during healing, when bacteria or other microorganisms enter the wound. This case is called secondary infection.

First aid treating the wound 

The first step in treating open wounds or abrasions is to clean or wash the wounded area. It is important to disinfect the whole area.
Antibiotics are sometimes prescribed when the healing take a bad course. In some countries, when antibiotics fail, crystalline sugar is applied into the wound to drain water from it, preventing bacteria from multiplying. Furthermore, the wound is often dressed with a bandage to prevent dirt and other particles entering the wound.

Authentic reviews

Streptokill must never be missing from our pharmacy! As soon as I run out, I immediately order more. Thanks to Streptokill, we haven't had antibiotics in our family for several years :-) Before, it...

Streptokill u nás v lékárně nesmí nikdy chybět! Jakmile dochází, hned objednávám další. Díky Streptokillu jsme u nás v rodině již několik let neměli antibiotika :-) Dříve vždy několikrát do roka....

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Open wounds

Application of STREPTOkill on wounds and abrasions

Apply Streptokill directly to the area that you wish to disinfect, ideally using the direct oral applicator. If you are applying near eyes, use extra caution or chose another method of sterile application. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse them with a stream of clean water.
The frequency of application is not limited.

Open wounds and abrasions

Injuries often cause damage to the skin or mucous membranes. The injury is called a wound. Wounds can vary in depths, according to which we classify them. The wounds are either superficial or deep.
A common problem with wounds is infection, which could have gotten into the wound. This could happen during the injury, for example scratching on a nail or other object. It is called the primary infection.
Sometimes the infection can occur during healing, when bacteria or other microorganisms enter the wound. This case is called secondary infection.

First aid treating the wound 

The first step in treating open wounds or abrasions is to clean or wash the wounded area. It is important to disinfect the whole area.
Antibiotics are sometimes prescribed when the healing take a bad course. In some countries, when antibiotics fail, crystalline sugar is applied into the wound to drain water from it, preventing bacteria from multiplying. Furthermore, the wound is often dressed with a bandage to prevent dirt and other particles entering the wound.

Authentic reviews

Streptokill must never be missing from our pharmacy! As soon as I run out, I immediately order more. Thanks to Streptokill, we haven't had antibiotics in our family for several years :-) Before, it...

Streptokill u nás v lékárně nesmí nikdy chybět! Jakmile dochází, hned objednávám další. Díky Streptokillu jsme u nás v rodině již několik let neměli antibiotika :-) Dříve vždy několikrát do roka....

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Jitka