STYPTIC POWDER- ferric subsulfate powder
Westwood Laboratories Inc.
Disclaimer: This drug has not been found by FDA to be safe and effective, and this labeling has not been approved by FDA. For further information about unapproved drugs, click here.
Professional Groomer’s Styptic Powder is a safe, quick and effective aid to stop bleeding caused by clipping nails, minor cuts or scratches.
Keep out of reach of children. For animal use only.
Apply a pinch of styptic powder to the bleeding area, using moderate pressure until bleeding stops. Dont use in deep wounds, bosy cavities, or burns. If bleeding does not stop, consult veterinarian.
Bentonite, Potassium Aluminum Sulfate, Diatomaceous Earth, Ammonium Chloride.
Stop bleeding will quickly stop blood due to clipping nails or wings, or for minor, superficialcuts to the skin such as nicks from shaving. It is not recommended for use on deep cuts that require stitches or on severe wounds or in body cavities.
You can apply Stop Bleeding powder directly to the bleeding area by pressing the toe nail directly in powder. You can also apply Stop Bleeding powder with a pre-moistened applicator (like a swab) dipped in Stop Bleeding powder. If using an applicator, use moderate pressure and hold on the area until bleeding stops. If you cannot get bleeding to stop using moderate pressure for 10-15 seconds, consult a veterinarian.
Dist. by (c)2016 Cardinal Laboratories, Inc.,
aka Cardinal Pet Care, Azusa, California 91702 USA
Devoted to Pets, People & The Planet
Dogswell Remedy & Recovery
| STYPTIC POWDER |
ferric subsulfate powder
|Labeler — Westwood Laboratories Inc. (832280635)|
|Registrant — Westwood Laboratories Inc. (832280635)|
|Westwood Laboratories Inc.||832280635||manufacture, relabel, repack, api manufacture|
Revised: 10/2021 Westwood Laboratories Inc.
VetLabel.com provides trustworthy package insert and label information about marketed drugs as submitted by manufacturers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Package information is not reviewed or updated separately by VetLabel.com. Every individual animal healthcare product label entry contains a unique identifier which can be used to secure further details directly from the U.S. National Institutes of Health and/or the FDA.