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Thread: Helping to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections with Microcyn Technology

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    pull out the piston part and dump hydro in, thats how I do it. I use 60ml cath syringe, use 1x and discard. I use 50ml undiluted
    Quote Originally Posted by Podkane View Post
    Gjnl couple practical questions. What size syringes do u use for drawing up Hydrocleanse? I purchased 60ml w catheter tip, sterile but too big to fit in top of Hydrocleanse bottle. Also, do u reuse your syringes? Thanks
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  2. #102
    Thanks gjnl and fuentesjps. Helpful input!

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    pull out the piston part and dump hydro in, thats how I do it. I use 60ml cath syringe, use 1x and discard. I use 50ml undiluted
    Slowly, I am reviewing the closed thread Microcyn Bladder Treatment (An Open Letter to Dr. Young), (http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?133414-Microcyn-Bladder-Treatment-(An-Open-Letter-to-Dr-Young)&highlight=open+letter+vetericyn). Today, I read a comment that a member who tried Microcyn etc. felt that they needed to make sure the syringe did not have any air in it before instilling the product into the bladder through the catheter. I've never worried to much about a little air space in the syringe, but if you hold the syringe upright (tip end up) and gently push the plunger in, you will push liquid toward and out of the tip, displacing the air. Be careful, you can push a little to hard and have a geyser that hits the ceiling.
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    Thanks I was a bit worried about the air thing myself

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    Microcyn Bladder Flush

    Is this product okay to use as a flush? It is available in bulk 990 ml bottles.

    http://www.medicaleshop.com/microcyn...ttle-each.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by darty View Post
    Is this product okay to use as a flush? It is available in bulk 990 ml bottles.

    http://www.medicaleshop.com/microcyn...ttle-each.html
    You will need to contact the the Medical Shop and ask them to give you the ingredients as they are printed on the packaging and then compare those ingredients to HydroCleanse or Theracyn. If I find some time, I will
    try to do the comparison too, but right now I'm kind of busy.

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    Where are folks buying this these days? King used to be the cheapest, but now they restricted sales to those in the industry, and everywhere else is selling this for significantly more.

  8. #108
    Pretty much, I check around every time I need to restock. You never know when a pet/veterinarian website will have a sale or promotion.
    Currently, I found these with a quick search:

    https://www.amazon.com/Manna-Pro-The.../dp/B01I4BS59Y
    $17.99 Prime (10 left in stock)


    https://www.jefferspet.com/products/theracyn-wound-skin-care-livestock-spray
    $19.99 and 10% off Columbus Day Sale
    Free shipping over $49.99

    Just a couple thoughts. Winter is coming and these products do not do well when they are exposed to freezing temperatures during shipping. Once frozen, they are not efficacious. When you are placing an order at pet/veterinarian supply outlets, make sure you check which size is being sold to you. These products come in 8 and 16 ounce sizes. Also check that you are getting the Skin and Wound Spray, not Hydrogel.

  9. #109
    just an fyi, I buy hydrocleanse from Sonoma direct, when you buy a case you get free 3 day ship.
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  10. #110
    I understand why people using foley catheters would want to flush their bladders. But for others who don't use foleys why not use Macrobid? It seems to me to be an ideal prophylactic. It's a misconception that Macrobid wipes out your body's balance of natural bacteria. It is narrow spectrum targeting only the bladder.

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