EMT First Aid Gel (1oz) with natural Hydrolysate of Collagen, is an all-natural gel containing a natural medical hydrolysate Type I collagen as its active ingredient. It interacts with the wound site maintaining a moist environment that encourages wound healing.
Collagen provides the matrix for new cell growth. It acts as a tissue adhesive, helps to prevent bacterial infection and reduces the potential of scarring.
Soothes and deodorizes
Can be used on both large and small animals
Is safe, non-toxic and non-sensitizing
EMT Gel can be used for the safe management of wounds caused by:
Barbed wire cuts
Scratches and abrasions
Gunshot wounds (hunting accidents)
Surgical incisions and more
EMT Gel is an essential part of any first aid kit.
EMT Gel is easy to handle and conforms to any wound site.
Cleanse wound thoroughly with water or saline.
Apply directly into the wound and onto the surrounding area.
If needed, cover wound with a nonstick dressing. Allow to air dry on superficial wounds.
Reapply EMT Gel and redress (if needed) one to two times daily.
Store at controlled room temperature. Extreme heat may affect viscosity of EMT Gel, but will not affect product performance. Protect from freezing.
Keep out of reach of children. If condition worsens, or does not improve within 10-14 days, consult a veterinarian.
Amazing Product by sandyz from Bucks County, PA04/30/2013
Having searched for a wound healing product for an older dog who had a neck wound from surgery that would not heal, the EMT Gel is a
marvelous product. I try to keep this on hand if any of my younger dogs (I have 3) should need it.
Recently, my 2yr. old lab cut her foot & I was having a difficult time getting it to heal. Spending$100.00 at the veterinarian didn't do much. The EMT gel started the healing process in a few days. Wonderful product.
better than polysporin by Labmom from AL03/31/2013
I bought this for 1 of my labs who is digging after chipmunks & having claw/foot soft tissue injuries. After cleaning, I apply this, cover & use the flex bandage. She doesn't try to lick or chew afterwards. after about 3-4 days the sight is healed!