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Briodine (Canada)

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This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Central Sales

Injectable Iodine in an Oil Base

Veterinary Use Only


Do not use in horses that are to be slaughtered for use in food.

DIN 01981404

Active Ingredients

Iodine, USP, 2% w/v, in Almond Oil, NF, 98% w/v.

Briodine Indications

A counterirritant for subcutaneous injection to be used in horses as an aid in the treatment of tendon and ligament strains as well as muscle sprains.

Directions For Use

Inject subcutaneously over the affected area from 0.5 to 1.0 mL per site in several sites, spaced 5-8 cm apart (tendons and ligaments) or 8-10 cm apart (hips and shoulders, not to exceed a maximum volume of 5 mL). Massage the skin gently to distribute evenly. Wrap with cotton and bandage, as appropriate. The smallest effective dosage should be used initially. Repeat injection after 10 days if necessary.

Cautions: Do not inject (infiltrate) into tendon sheaths or joint capsules. Should not be administered concurrently with corticosteroids or other anti-inflammatory drugs. Dosage used should be determined by the degree of counterirritation desired and may vary.


Store at room temperature.

Central Sales Limited, 1-14 Regan Road, Brampton, On L7A 1B9

50 mL Sterile

NAC No.: 11700281

Telephone:   905-840-0800
Order Desk:   800-387-2522
Local Fax:   905-840-1309
Toll-Free Fax:   888-437-9999
Website:   www.centralsales.ca
Email:   customerservice@centralsales.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Briodine information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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