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When to use Granulox

  • Do not use Granulox in pregnant patients
  • Granulox should not be used simultaneously with locally applied antibiotics, as interactions have not yet been studied sufficiently
  • Some antimicrobial wound rinses are known to impair the efficiency of Granulox. Therefore, after application of a disinfectant, the area may need to be subsequently flushed thoroughly with a physiological solution
  • Thorough flushing with a physiological solution is necessary after proteolytic (enzymatic) debridement

How to use Granulox

After sufficient debridement and cleaning of the wound, spray Granulox onto the wound. Remove the protective cap from the spray container. Hold the nozzle about 5 to 10 cm from the wound and spray until the wound is completely coated with a thin film. 1 to 2 seconds are normally sufficient to cover a wound area of 2 x 3 cm. Apply again every time the dressing is changed, but at least every three days. After use, cover the wound with a breathable wound dressing.

After use, replace the protective cap on the spray container. It is not necessary to clean the nozzle as the product has been preserved. One pack of Granulox is sufficient for up to 30 applications depending on the size of the wound. After opening, Granulox can be used until the expiry date.

Spraying instructions

Product details

Ref. no Description NHSSC Code PIP Code NDC Code
360107 Granudacyn Gel 50g DWA003 -
360106 Granudacyn Gel 250g DWA004 415-9414 -
360108 Granudaycn Gel 100g DWA000 415-8457 -
360100 Granudacyn Solution 250ml DWA001 - -
360101 Granudaycn Solution 500ml DWA006 - -
360102 Granudacyn Solution 1000ml DWA002 - -
360103 Granudaycn NPWT 500ml DWA007 - -
360104 Granudacyn NPWT 1000ml DWA005 - -


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