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- Iodine Wound Spray 1.0% Indications
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Iodine Wound Spray 1.0%This treatment applies to the following species:
Alpha (p-nonylphenyl) omega-hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex (providing 1.00% minimum titratable iodine)
Iodine Wound Spray 1.0% Indications
A topical antiseptic for use prior to surgical procedures such as castrating and docking. For application to the navel of newborn animals, and for teat sores, minor cuts, bruises and abrasions.
Dosage and AdministrationRemove the regular cap from the container and replace with the spray cap and tube. Hold the container approximately four (4) to six (6) inches from the area to be treated. Point the valve at the area to be sprayed. Pull the trigger of the valve and spray the area once lightly. May be repeated once a day, if necessary, until the area is healed.
Contraindication(s): Not for use on burns or in body cavities or deep wounds.
Precaution(s): Store in a cool place.
Flammable. Do not expose to heat or store at a temperature above 120°F. Do not use near an open flame.
Caution(s): Not for human use.
Keep out of the reach of children.
For external animal use only.
Harmful if swallowed. Do not apply to the eyes, mucous membranes or large areas of abraded skin. Avoid inhalation of mist.
If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.
Note: When used on or near the teats or udders of dairy animals, the teats and udders should be thoroughly washed before the next milking to prevent the contamination of milk.
Presentation: 16 fl. oz. (1 pt.) and 1 gallon containers.
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