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    PYOGON (Povidone-iodine) is a topical antiseptic germicide solution. Bactericidal-Fungicidal-Virucidal. Available in 50ml liquid form and comes in a plastic bottle. Manufactured by GLORIOUS LABO.

    Povidone-iodine topical is used in a medical setting to help prevent infection and promote healing in skin wounds, pressure sores, or surgical incisions.

    Povidone-iodine topical is also available in many different forms, such as a liquid, ointment, powder, cream, spray, swab, and soap.



    Each 100ml contains:

    Povidone-iodine (USP) 10% w/v.

    Direction and Uses:

    Pyogon solution is an aqueous solution of 10% Povidone-iodine. It is a fast-acting, broad-spectrum antiseptic that helps reduce bacteria that potentially can cause skin infection.

    It is used for degerming skin, wounds and mucous membranes.

    Pyogon solution applies directly for preoperative and postoperative cleansing of skin if necessary or as directed by the physician.

    It may use to disinfect the hands of healthcare providers and the skin of the person they are caring for.

    Povidone-iodine has last longer antiseptic effects.

    It may use to disinfect the hands of healthcare providers and the skin of the person they are caring for.

    It may be used as first aid topical application in minor wounds and cuts.

    For external use only.


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    Discontinue treatment if irritation occurs.

    Discontinue treatment if sensitivity develops.


    Store below 30°C.

    Protect from light, moisture and excessive heat.

    You should not use povidone-iodine topicals if you are allergic to it.

    Ask a doctor or pharmacist if povidone iodine topical is safe to use if you have any medical conditions like Thyroid diseases.

    Don’t forget to keep the medicines out of the reach of children.

    Check expiry date before using.

    Shake before use.

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