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Nail Surgery with phenol safe T pen/swab it

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Bonnie, Jul 12, 2022.

  1. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member


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    Hi
    I wanted to ask how Podiatrists were finding using the 2 phenol applicators in practice.
    Do Podiatrists irrigate the nail bed area after phenol application.
    I watched the Canonbury web instruction of using safe T pen ( when the pen was first introduced) and they advised not to irrigate after application.
    Many thanks
    Bonnie
     
  2. ken mackenzie

    ken mackenzie Welcome New Poster

    I found the SafeT Pen delivered a larger dose than I might have anticipated even if I didn't squeeze the tube and this took me by surprise. I have found it hard to get the dose right if i am honest.
     
  3. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member

     
  4. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member

    Thank you Ken
    Sorry to be delayed replying to you. I do find that problem with safe t pen. I have swab it phenol delivery system as well and getting used to that.
    Regards Bonnie
     
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