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What is Accuzyme, generic Accuzyme, patient medical information, including Papain Urea Topical use, Accuzyme structure, effects, symptoms, mechanism of action. Effects of Accuzyme generic Papain Urea Topical.

Papain is a substance from the papaya fruit. Papain breaks down certain proteins.

Urea also breaks down protein.

Papain-urea topical is used to break down dead skin or tissues in wounds such as bed sores, ulcers, burns, surgical wounds, cysts, and carbuncles. This process is sometimes called debridement (de-BREED-ment). The broken-down tissues can then be more easily removed.

Papain-urea topical may also be used for purposes other than those listed in this medication guide.

Generic: Papain Urea Topical

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Accuzyme (Papain Urea Topical) Category:

Class of Treatment: Topical Agents / Dermatological Agents / Miscellaneous Topical Agents

Type: Prescription



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