Nolvasan Cap-TabsThis page contains information on Nolvasan Cap-Tabs for veterinary use.
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Nolvasan Cap-tabsThis treatment applies to the following species:
NADA 009-809, Approved by FDA
Each Cap-Tab contains 1 g chlorhexidine hydrochloride incorporated in an effervescent base.
For Use In Horses Only
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children.
AdministrationUnattached placental membranes and any excess uterine fluid or debris should be removed from the uterus. The external genitalia should be carefully cleaned and 1 or 2 Cap-Tabs placed deep into each uterine horn. The operator should wear a clean obstetrical sleeve while inserting the Cap-Tabs into the uterus so that no contamination is introduced.
In a uterus which contains little or no uterine fluid, the effervescent Cap-Tab may cause some localized irritation. For treatment of such a uterus, or where the cervix is tightly constricted, the Cap-Tab should be dissolved in an appropriate amount of clean, boiled water and the solution infused into the uterus using a clean, sterile catheter. Treatment may be repeated in 48 to 72 hours.
Store at controlled room temperature 15° to 30°C (59° to 86°F).
Nolvasan Cap-Tabs IndicationFor prevention or treatment of metritis anld vaginitis in mares when caused by pathogens sensitive to chlorhexidine hydrochloride.
WarningNot for use in horses intended for food.
Nolvasan Cap-Tabs CautionKeep bottle tightly closed to avoid deterioration by moisture or heat.
NDC 0856-1551-01 - 50 Cap-Tabs
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