DermaplexThis page contains information on Dermaplex for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Dermaplex Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Dermaplex
- Direction and dosage information for Dermaplex
DermaplexThis treatment applies to the following species:
Non-iodine Barrier Post Teat Dip
Helps reduce the spread of organisms which may cause Mastitis
Not For Human Use
For External Use Only
Use At Full Strength
Pre-dippingBefore milking, dip or spray entire teat with this product. Wipe teats dry after application using single-service towels to avoid contamination of milk.
Post-dippingAfter milking, spray or dip entire teat with this product. Allow to air dry.
Note: If solution in cup becomes visibly dirty, replenish with a fresh mixture of this product. Do not return unused product to original container.
Active Ingredient (Lactic Acid 5%)
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
Not For Human Use
If In EyesHold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing. Contact a physician immediately.
If SwallowedHave person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not give anything to an unconscious person. Do not induce vomiting. Contact a physician immediately.
If Breathing Difficulty OccursMove person to fresh air. Contact a physician immediately.
If On SkinTake off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with soap and water. If irritation develops and persists, contact a physician.
Have the product container or label with you when going for treatment, calling a physician, the emergency number listed on the label or MSDS, or a poison control center.
PrecautionAvoid eye contact. Do not ingest. Do not mix with any chemicals except as directed.
StorageStore in a closed container away from sources of heat. If product becomes frozen, thaw and mix well before use.
See Material Safety Data Sheet
Always use caution when introducing your cows to a new teat dip.
Remember these industry guidelines:
Replace Dip Cups And/or Clean Dip Lines
When introducing a new dip to a dairy herd, always replace dip cups and/or brushes to prevent the new dip from mixing with the old dip. If spray or dip pumps are used, lines should be flushed with hot water to clean out any residues of the old dip.
Aggressively Remove Keratin And Exfoliated Skin From Teats
A temporary exfoliation of dead teat skin is common after new dips are introduced. Be sure to aggressively clean teats to remove exfoliated skin and clean teat ends to insure that the dead skin is removed.
Monitor Cows For Changes In Skin Condition
Many teat dips are designed with emollients and other skin conditioning ingredients to maintain healthy teat skin and fight germs. Rare teat skin reactions due to allergic or environmental conditions may occur. Closely monitor teat skin whenever a new dip is introduced. If unusual skin conditions are found, monitor closely and, if persistent, replace dip with one containing a different germicide and/or emollient formula.
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