Radiation Burns

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Allantoin 2%/Vitamin D3 1000 IU/Gm/Aloe Vera 0.5% Spira-Washâ„¢ Gel

Ketoprofen 2%/Lidocaine 2%/Aloe Vera 0.2%/Phenytoin 2% Topical Spray

Ketoprofen 2%/Lidocaine 2%/Misoprostol 0.0024%/Phenytoin 2%/Aloe Vera 0.2%/Sodium Hyaluronate 0.5%/Urea 10% Topical Gel (PracaSilâ„¢-Plus)

Ketoprofen 2%/Lidocaine 2%/Misoprostol 0.0024%/Phenytoin 2%/Aloe Vera 0.2% Topical Gel (PracaSilâ„¢-Plus)

Misoprostol 0.0024%/Lidocaine HCl 2% Topical Lotion (VersaBase®)

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A radiation burn is caused by UV-rays, X-rays or radiation therapy to treat cancer. A radiation burn can be as simple as a small sunburn, but it can also encompass more severe cases like radiation dermatitis caused by ionizing radiation. We offer many different treatment options for Radiation Burns affecting your patient(s).

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