Elase Ointment For Wound

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BADRI Says:


PLEASE TELL ME WHO MAKES ELASE AND WHERE TO FIND ELASE OINTMENT



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Verwon Says:

Elase is a debridement ointment used to treat deep skin wounds or ulcers.

From what I can find, it is manufactured by Zuelig Pharma, a division of Pfizer in Malaysia and that's also where it is available, as it not sold in the U.S.

Learn more Elase details here.

Have you visited a U.S. doctor? They would be able to help you discover what options are available here.

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peter Says:
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Where can i get this elase ointment?

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JAVAD Says:

Hi dear
My father in low has been suffering from bed sore for 20 years and he use the Elase ointment .
He lives in Iran and how can he prepare this ointment?

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Haydeh Says:
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Please tell me how I can find Elase ointment in toronto? Thanks.

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Liz Says:

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Hi, did you find out where to buy this elase ointment?

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