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For loosening, debriding and avulsion of devitalized nail tissue. Apply to affected area in an apertured pad. Protect surrounding skin. Apply Urea 40% to the diseased nail surface and cover with plastic film. Anchor with adhesive tape. Cover with "finger cut" of plastic or vinyl glove and anchor with more adhesive tape. Keep dry and occlusive for 3-7 days. Cleanse, debride and reapply if necessary.
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Urea 40% has been used for many years for the nonsurgical avulsion of mycotic nails. Nonsurgical avulsion is a conservative procedure which can be utilized by the geriatric, diabetic or vascular patient. Nonsurgical avulsion has the advantage of avoiding the possible side effects of oral drugs.