Dihexamin Teat Dip (Canada)This page contains information on Dihexamin Teat Dip for veterinary use.
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Dihexamin Teat DipThis treatment applies to the following species:
Chlorhexidine Digluconate Teat Dip
For Veterinary Use Only
Dihexamin Teat Dip is a chlorhexidine digluconate based dip for the daily treatment of dairy cattle teats. Used regularly in a program of udder hygiene, it will help to control mastitis by reducing new intramammary infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus agalactiae.
Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes. If accidental contact with eyes should occur, flush with running water for at least 15 minutes and obtain medical attention.
Directions For Use
1. Fill the Diversey Teat Dip Cup or another suitable vessel with Dihexamin Teat Dip. No dilution is required.
2. After each milking raise the cup over each teat to completely wet the teats with Dihexamin Teat Dip.
3. Remove the cup and allow the teats to drain and dry.
4. Discard the solution in the cup when it becomes visibly dirty or if sediment is introduced.
5. Teat dipping cup and reservoir should be emptied and thoroughly washed after each milking before re-use.
6. When a cow is being dried off, the teats should be dipped in Dihexamin Teat Dip for 4-5 days after the last milking. Commence twice daily dipping again one week before calving.
Lanolin, glycerin and sorbitol.
KEEP FROM FREEZING.
Manufactured by: © 2011 Diversey, Inc., Sturtevant, WI 53177-1964, U.SA.
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