Bestselling First Aid Ointments in 2020
Triple Antibiotic First Aid Ointment, 1 oz. (Compare to Neosporin) 2-Pack
- 24 hour infection protection.
- First Aid Treatment for Minor Cuts, Scrapes, Burns.
- Same Active Ingredients as Neosporin.
- Contains US FDA NDC (National Drug Code) Number.
- NOTE: YOU WILL RECEIVE 2 x 1 OZ TUBES: TOTAL 2 OZ.
Pac-Kit by First Aid Only 12-001 Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packet (Box of 12)
- Triple antibiotic ointment packet
- Active ingredients: Bacitracin (400 units), Neomycin Suflate (5-milligrams), and Polymyxin-B Sulfate (5000 units)
- One time use antibiotic ointment packets
- It helps prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns
- Contents inside box may be substituted with equivalent products in different brand names
Antiseptic First Aid Cream 1 1/2 Oz Tube
Foille Medicated First Aid Ointment, 1 Ounce (Pack of 6)
- Temporary relief of pain associated with sunburn, minor burns, minor cuts and scrapes
- Prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns
- For external use only
- Use as directed
Medique Products 22373 Triple Antibiotic Ointment.5 Gram, 25 Per Box
- Active ingredient Bacitracin Zinc 400 units, Neomycin Sulfate 5mg and Polymyxin-B 5000 units
- Compare to Neosporin
- Tamper evident sealed packets
- Packaged in 0.5gm packets
- 25 packets per box
Foille Medicated First-Aid Ointment Tube 1 oz
- Helps to reduce infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
- Temporary relief of pain associated with sunburn, minor burns, minor cuts and scrapes.
- Medicated First-Aid Ointment Tube
Foille Medicated First Aid Ointment 1 oz (Pack of 3)
- Product of Foille
- Pack of 3
Band-Aid Brand First Aid Kit with Skin-Flex Adhesive Bandages, Neosporin Antibiotic Ointment & Band-Aid Brand Antiseptic Wash, All-purpose First Aid Value Pack, 40 Piece
Emuaid MAX First Aid Ointment, 2 Ounce
- skin treatment
- reduces infection, pain and inflammation
- rapid relief ointment
First Aid Only Triple Antibiotic Ointment, 60 Per Box
Triple Antibiotic Ointment .5gr Packets (Box of 144)
- Contains Bacitracin, Neomycin and Polymyxin B to help prevent infection.
- Aids in healing of minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
- Apply 1 - 2 times daily for optimum results.
CUROXEN All-Natural & Organic First Aid Ointment, 0.5oz
- Kills 5x more bacteria than antibiotic ointments like Neosporin
- Made from 3 all-natural & organic ingredients: oxygenated olive oil, calendula, and lavender essential oil
- Uses: Cuts, Scrapes, Burns
- Won't cause allergic reactions like Neosporin
- CUROXEN won't lead to antibiotic resistance superbugs
Major Povidine Povidone Iodine 10% First Aid Ointment 1 Oz / 28.35gm For Cuts Scrapes Burns (Compate to Betadine)
Burn First Aid for Your Bird
A step-by-step guide that explains the steps that need to be taken in case of a burn.
Should your bird get a burn from hot liquids, chemicals or fire it is important to cool the burn with water for a few minutes. Don't make the water too cold. The cool water bath helps to cool the temperature of the bird's skin and lessen the inflammation of the burn. Take the bird to the veterinarian with a third degree burn and cover the area of the burn with a moist sterile material. If you have contact solution on hand that is just saline water, this works well in the case of a burn.
Your bird may be one of those inquisitive feather brains who just can't resist a good bite of an electrical cord. This could be a dangerous situation not only for the bird but also for you. Don't touch the bird until you make sure it is not still attached to the cord. Cut the power to the cord at the source before you take any other steps to treat the burn. An electrical burn does internal damage so you may not be able to tell if your bird has a serious burn or not. In the process of getting the electrical burn the bird may have been thrown away from the cord. This could result in broken bones on top of the possible internal burn. Check the heart and breathing of your bird and get your bird to the veterinarian as quickly as you can. If you need to, administer CPR on the way and watch your bird for signs of shock. You can use a plastic bag or a latex glove filled with warm water to keep the burn victim warm if shock occurs.
Some things you should never do with a burn whether it is a bird or a person include never applying any form of grease to the burned area. Don't pull any feathers away from the burn and don't put ice on the burn. Never pop the blisters of a burn and don't cover it with a cloth that has loose fibers which can stick to the burn. Get professional help for the bird. Let the veterinarian decide the medical treatment for the burn victim.
If your bird gets a burn, remove any hazards such as live electrical cords and treat it with cool water immediately. Watch your bird for shock and get it the proper medical care promptly.