Hibiscrub for Dogs & Cats (4% w/v Cutaneous Solution)

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Description

What is Hibiscrub?

Hibiscrub for Cats & Dogs

Hibiscrub is an antimicrobial skin cleanser suitable for dogs and cats. Having been used for more than 45 years in hospitals around the world, it’s a trustworthy and high-quality disinfectant. It is mainly used for pre-operative surgical hand disinfection, antiseptic hand washing on the ward, and pre- and post-operative skin antisepsis for patients undergoing elective surgery.

How does Hibiscrub Plus work?

Containing 4% w/v chlorhexidine gluconate, Hibiscrub is effective against a wide range of microbes, including several strains of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, yeast, fungi and viruses, and reduces bacterial load more efficiently than povidone iodine. Hibiscrub has also been shown to significantly decrease the risk of hospital-associated S aureus infections by up to 60% when used in combination with a nasal antibiotic. Hibiscrub is suitable for pets such as dogs and cats.

How do I use Hibiscrub?

It’s vital that you follow the instructions provided on the Hibiscrub’s label. Take some solution and scrub both of your hands thoroughly. You must then rinse well with water.

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How can I order Hibiscrub?

You do not need a written prescription for Hibiscrub. Please read the product description to ensure that it is suitable for your pet dog or cat's needs. Add it to the basket and complete the checkout process. Your order will be dispatched from the pharmacy to you by your chosen delivery method.

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