EndWarts Freeze

EndWarts Freeze Dosage/Direction for Use

Manufacturer:

Mylan Healthcare

Distributor:

DKSH
Full Prescribing Info
Dosage/Direction for Use
BEFORE PATIENT STARTS THE TREATMENT, READ THE FOLLOWING STEPS.
ACTIVATE:
Before the very first use only: EndWarts FREEZE needs to be activated once. Do not remove the cap yet.
Turn the white part of the device minimum one full turn in the direction of the arrow until patient notices a loud click. Some force is needed.
After patient activates the device successfully, never repeat this step.
1. LOAD: Before each treatment, EndWarts FREEZE needs to be loaded with cold gas.
Place EndWarts FREEZE upright on a table, with the transparent cap down. Hold the device with a steady grip. With the other hand, push the white part of the device downward for exactly 2 seconds.
Pushing for longer will waste useful doses. Pushing shorter, reduces the freeze effect.
2. CHECK: Remove the transparent cap and use the product immediately. Check the ice vapour. If there is no ice vapour, repeat step 1.
3: TREAT: Press the tip firmly against the wart. For best results - the time is crucial.
15 seconds on thin skin (hands, fingers, toes, side/top of feet and arms); 40 seconds on thick, callous skin (soles of feet).
Put the cap back on.
After use, store in a refrigerator.
The wart will slowly disappear after 10 to 14 days. If the wart, or part of it, does not disappear within 14 days repeat steps 1, 2 and 3.
Does the patient need to repeat the treatment? EndWarts FREEZE is very efficient - the core of the wart will be reached quickly and will be destroyed because of the cold temperature. Normally, only one treatment is sufficient. Old or large warts may need more than one treatment, especially if they are under the soles of the feet.
The wart will slowly disappear after 10 to 14 days. If the wart, or part of it, does not disappear within 14 days patient needs to repeat the treatment and steps 1, 2 and 3 previously mentioned.
If a wart does not go away after 3 treatments, consult the doctor.
Consult the doctor: if patient experiences any unexpected side effects; if the wart does not heal; if the wart has not disappeared after 3 treatments.
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